America Ferrera Makes PBS Programming a Habit

Posted on March 22, 2011

The Independent Lens host lists a few reasons why Public Television is more important today than ever before.


Art, history, science, news, and great documentaries are among the many reasons to make PBS a habit. No cable subscription required! Catch host America Ferrera Tuesday night’s on Independent Lens and tune in next week for the inspirational story of Congo survivor Rose Mapendo in Pushing the Elephant, airing Tuesday, March 29. Show your support for Public Television with more than half the country at


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