Ozark, Descendants 2 and more
Segments filmed across the U.S. explored the activities of culturally diverse young people in this program aimed at 9 to 13-year-olds.
An all-girl softball team from Boston is profiled in a segment. Other features include a look at a 17-year-old Washington, D.C., girl who lives at a YWCA-sponsored home.
Profiling a family in which two girls are stricken with sickle-cell anemia. LeVar Burton.
Profiles of two young people who are considering musical careers. LeVar Burton is the host of the program.
Film of a 15-year-old member of a family of Florida migrant farm workers; and a 10-year-old apprentice silversmith from Sun Valley.
A profile of a teenage poet from New York's Lower East Side.
A film about two St. Louis brothers, one a skateboard champ, the other interested in religion and music. Also: a profile of a 12-year-old girl who performs Filipino folk dances. Host: LeVar Burton.
Included: a profile of an 11-year-old Louisiana boy who lives on the Bayou. He's seen hunting, fishing and joining a Cajun celebration. Also: a study of a 16-year-old classical-music student in Connecticut.
Segments include a profile of a 12-year-old reporter for a San Francisco TV news show and a look at a 14-year-old Hawaiian girl who's graduating from a school on Maui.
An elderly couple discuss their interests in weaving and woodworking. Also: a profile of an 8-year-old girl who attends a school in Oakland founded by the Black Panthers.
A look at an Indian celebration on an Arizona reservation. LeVar Burton is the series host.
A film about four Georgia boys who work their father's farm; and a profile of a Chicago youth who helps his mother run a day-care center.
A film about a teenager who reports for her high-school newspaper in Greenville, Miss.
Host LeVar Burton looks at how youngsters are selected for the show and previews upcoming segments.
Segments include a look at the New Year's celebration of a family in Puerto Rico; and a profile of a teenage boy who is a member of a theater group in Washington, D.C.
A film about a teenage boy who wants to be a jockey. LeVar Burton is the series host.
A look at the close relationship of a Massachusetts brother and sister; a film on a teen-aged accordianist who plays at folk dances.
Profiled: a family that stages puppet shows; a teen-ager who's investigating her Indian/Filipino background. Host: LeVar Burton.
Segments include a look at a 9-year-old girl who's a member of an all-black trapeze team; and a film about two brothers---one a football player, the other a rodeo performer.
A profile of a 14-year-old boy from Washington, D.C., who hopes to become a zoologist; and a look at a 16-year-old leader of an El Paso, Texas, human-relations group.
Profiled: young actor Gabriel Melgar. LeVar Burton is the host of the program.
Segments include a profile of a 17-year-old Memphis musician who performs with a gospel group; and a film about a 16-year-old New Orleans girl who aspires to be an actress.
Two Latino brothers discuss life in their Los Angeles community. Host: LeVar Burton.
Two girls from Honduras are seen attending a sex-education class and exchanging views on dating with their friends. Host: LeVar Burton.
Features include a profile of a Louisiana teenager who works in his father's bait shop; and a look at a 13-year-old El Paso, Texas, girl who performs an Indian dance.
A 10-year-old takes viewers on a tour of his family's Missouri dairy farm. Also: a profile of a 15-year-old New York girl who aspires to be a dancer. Host: LeVar Burton.
A profile of a Gypsy boy from Boston who wants to be a disc jockey; a film about an Indian girl from Oklahoma who vies in rodeos.
A 15-year-old boy of Japanese heritage visits the site of an internment camp where many Japanese-Americans were held during World War II. Host: LeVar Burton.
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