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August 13, 2023 - PBS News Weekend full episode

Season 2023 Episode 236 | 24m 08s

Sunday on PBS News Weekend, why recruiting and Americans’ confidence in the U.S. military are both lagging. Then, how the closure of a small city’s sugar beet processing plant is disrupting farmers and the community. Plus, the fight over Oklahoma’s approval of the nation’s first publicly funded religious school.

Aired: 08/12/23 | Expires: 09/12/23
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The struggles and breakthroughs of Chinese American movie star Anna May Wong
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