PBS News Weekend full episode, June 25, 2023

Sunday on PBS News Weekend, we look at the fallout from the short-lived rebellion inside Russia and what it means for Putin’s future. Then, the effect the violence of Sudan’s conflict is having on children. We also have a conversation with D’Arcy Drollinger, the first drag laureate. Plus, the little known story of writer Alice Dunbar-Nelson, who fought for racial equity and women’s voting rights.

Putin’s authority called into question after Wagner uprising

News Wrap: Extreme heat wave blankets Texas, southern states

The traumatic effects of violence on Sudan’s children

A conversation with drag laureate D’Arcy Drollinger

The activism of Black feminist writer Alice Dunbar-Nelson

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00:00 – Intro
02:00 – Turmoil in Russia
08:14 – News Wrap
09:38 – Fleeing Violence
16:01 – Drag Laureate
22:43 – Hidden Histories

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