Conversations Live: A Time To Heal

The costs of the Vietnam War were staggering just in terms of the number of Americans and Vietnamese who lost their lives – more than 58,000 Americans, and over 2 million Vietnamese.

The Vietnam War also divided our society like no other conflict since the Civil War. And while the war officially ended with the fall of the South Vietnamese government in 1975, the lingering effects are still felt today.

Our producing team began their production process seeking the answer to two fundamental questions – Is now the time to talk about that national tragedy; and by engaging in dialogue, can we begin the process of healing in our society and for ourselves?

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COVID-19 Vaccination

Posted on March 5, 2021

As COVID-19 vaccines are distributed in Pennsylvania and across the country, there are still questions and concerns. How effective are the vaccines? Can someone transmit the virus even after getting vaccinated? When will things return to “normal”?

 

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Posted on March 27, 2018

Our panel of experts discuss what leads to Seasonal Affective Disorder and methods for treating it. They also talk about ways to stay healthy and active during the winter months.

 

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Making Sense of the 2016 Election

Posted on October 27, 2016

amatic, surreal, unprecedented…those are just a few of the words that describe the 2016 election season. With election day less than two weeks away, all eyes are on Pennsylvania. Tonight, our panel of political analysts will dissect the evolving issues—and what they might mean for the future of our democracy.

 

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