PBS News Weekend full episode, Feb. 18, 2023

Saturday on PBS News Weekend, the latest on the war in Ukraine as the country nears the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion. Then, how stress from racism and poverty can change the structure of children’s brains. We also explore what’s needed to support people with dementia and their caregivers. Plus, the story of an enslaved man who helped create some iconic monuments in the U.S. capital.

Ukraine fights to hold Bakhmut as Russian forces close in

News Wrap: Former President Jimmy Carter enters hospice care

Study shows the effect of racism and poverty on kids’ brains

Rethinking how we train caregivers for people with dementia

How an enslaved man helped create some iconic D.C. monuments

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00:00 – Intro
01:56 – War in Ukraine
07:27 – News Wrap
10:52 – Trauma & Kids’ Brains
16:25 – Dementia Care
20:56 – Hidden Histories