WQED Digital Docs

The Green Book: Driving Through History

Developed and published by Harlem postal carrier and travel writer Victor Hugo Green, the Book’s listings provided safe havens where Black customers could eat, sleep and fill up their gas tanks in a segregated America. Discover the story behind the films, photographs and artifacts depicting that historic time in “The Negro Motorist Green Book,” an exhibit at The Senator John Heinz History Center.

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Forest Bathing: The Healing Nature of Nature

New studies suggest that spending time in nature offers scientifically-proven benefits.

Authentic Lives: Art, Expression, and Identity

Art is often an expression of one’s true self, a medium utilized by many queer individuals

The Heart of the Dance

Meet Adam McKinney, Artistic Director at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre since March 2023.

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