WQED Specials

Hope and Healing: The Children's Institute of Pittsburgh

The Children's Institute of Pittsburgh is internationally known and respected for its expert and compassionate care. From 1902, when a little boy's tragic accident inspired the establishment of what was then known as the Home for Crippled Children—to modern advances in the treatment of traumatic brain injury to innovations in physical and autism therapies—the Institute has been at the leading edge

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Explore a collection of instruments once played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust.

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