But unless we’re talking about a series that stars Benedict Cumberbatch or some multi-episode ode to Americana made by Ken Burns, PBS receives far less attention for its documentary series and films than networks like A&E do. To see a series that takes a compelling look at the lives of families struggling to make ends meet, people caught up in systematically imposed cycles of poverty and injustice. So the likelihood of a producer making such a series and selling it to a broadcast or cable network is close to nil. 10, we’ll get a weekly look inside the lives of several families headed by members of the Ku Klux Klan called “Generation KKK.” Giving racism a platform, even under the guise of increasing the public’s awareness of its existence, is all the rage now.
Or a series that deeply explores what life is like for people in communities where unarmed men and women of color are gunned down by police or one that examines how difficult it is to exist in towns where the demand for manual labor has all but dried up. Granted, that’s not the purpose of “Generation KKK.” In a Sunday New York Times article, A&E’s brass and the “Generation KKK” producer explained that the show has been in the works for more than a year and a half.
It should also prevent those outside the state from bringing their children to Nebraska in an attempt to secure services.”On November 21, 2008, the last day that the safe haven law was in effect for children of all ages, a mother from Yolo County, California, drove over 1,200 miles to the Kimball County Hospital in Nebraska where she left her 14-year-old son.
The two sets of lips are basically like bouncers for your most vulnerable parts.(That’s not all they do, though.“They’re often ignored sexually, but for some women, those inner lips are as sensitive as the clitoris,” says Hutcherson.In premenopausal women, the ovaries are the main source of testosterone with minor contributions by the adrenals and peripheral tissues.After menopause, ovarian testosterone production is significantly diminished.But legislators made a major logistical error: They failed to implement an age limitation for dropped-off children.Within just weeks of the law passing, parents started dropping off their kids. A couple of months in, 36 children had been left in state hospitals and police stations. A 51-year-old grandmother dropped off a 12-year-old boy.