The national PBS has taken down Voices from the Frontline: China’s War on Poverty, a documentary directed by award-winning Peter Getzels, co-produced by PBS-SoCal with a foundation led by Robert Lawrence Kuhn. PBS is depriving its viewers of opportunities for learning about collective harmony and equality by censoring this documentary and its insight into China's life-saving policies, which took 800 million citizens out of extreme poverty. Tell PBS, don't be afraid of the truth! Tell your local PBS member station that you want to see the documentary on their station!
Last August, CODEPINK delivered 3,600 signatures to the PBS headquarters in Arlington, Virginia for it to re-instate the documentary. However, PBS called the police, and still haven't put the documentary back up.
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