For Hispanic Heritage Month assets for the classroom click here SEPT. 6 | 8PM | VOCES ON PBS \u201cCHILDREN OF GIANT\u201d In the summer of 1955, Hollywood descended on the dusty West Texas town of Marfa as production began on the highly anticipated movie Giant. Based on Edna Ferber\u2019s controversial novel, the film was a different kind of western and one of the first to explore the racial divide between Anglos and Mexican Americans in the Southwest. SEPT. 6 & 11 | 9:30PM & 8PM| AMERICAN MASTERS | RAUL JULIA Explore a warm and revealing portrait of the charismatic, groundbreaking actor\u2019s journey from his native Puerto Rico to the creative hotbed of 1960s New York City, to prominence on Broadway and in Hollywood. Filled with passion, determination and joy, Juli\u00e1\u2019s brilliant and daring career was tragically cut short by his untimely death 25 years ago, at age 54. SEPT. 15 | 9PM | BUILDING THE AMERICAN DREAM BUILDING THE AMERICAN DREAM captures a turning point as a movement forms to fight widespread construction industry injustices. Grieving their son, a Mexican family campaigns for a life-and-death safety ordinance. A Salvadorian electrician couple owed thousands in back pay fights for their children\u2019s future. A bereaved son battles to protect others from his family's preventable tragedy. SEPT. 16 | 10PM | VOCES ON PBS \u201cTHE PUSHOUTS\u201d Meet Dr. Victor Rios, a high school dropout and former gang member turned award-winning professor, author and expert on the school to prison pipeline, who works with young people who have been pushed out of school for reasons beyond their control. SEPT. 18 | 8PM | GREAT PERFORMANCES | IN THE HEIGHTS: CHASING BROADWAY DREAMS In the Heights: Chasing Broadway Dreams chronicles the personal stories of composer/lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast of In the Heights in the months leading up to its 2008 opening night. SEPT. 18 | 9PM | INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY FROM CUBA 2018 More than two dozen world-renowned artists assemble for an extraordinary International Jazz Day All-Star Global Concert in Melbourne, Australia. Herbie Hancock, Ledisi, Kurt Elling and many more join forces to celebrate jazz for peace. SEPT. 21 & 27 | 7PM & 6PM | ANTIQUES ROADSHOW \u201cCELEBRATING LATINO HERITAGE\u201d Discover amazing items with connections to Latin American history and culture, including a treasure with an updated appraisal of $1,200,000-$2,200,000, now the highest-valued item in the entire ROADSHOW archive. SEPT. 7 | 8PM | WILLIE VELASQUEZ: YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE With his rallying cry of \u201cSU VOTO ES SU VOZ," \u2014 your vote is your voice \u2014 Willie Vel\u00e1squez started a grassroots movement that would change the nation\u2019s political landscape and pave the way for the growing power of the Latino Vote. SEPT. 23 | 10PM | VOCES ON PBS \u201cADIOS AMOR- THE SEARCH FOR MARIA MORENO\u201d See how the discovery of lost photographs sparks the search for a hero that history forgot: Maria Moreno, an eloquent migrant mother of 12 who became an outspoken leader for farmworker rights. Her legacy was buried \u2013 until now. SEPT. 25 | 8PM | RUBEN SALAZAR: MAN IN THE MIDDLE This documentary examines the life and death of pioneering Mexican-American journalist Ruben Salazar. At the heart of the story is his transformation from a mainstream, establishment Los Angeles Times reporter to a supporter and primary chronicler of the radical Chicano movement of the late 1960s. Killed by a law enforcement officer in 1970, Salazar became a martyr to the Latino community. SEPT. 25 | 9PM | POV \u201cBRIMSTONE & GLORY\u201d The National Pyrotechnic Festival in Tultepec, Mexico, is a site of festivity unlike any other in the world. Conflagrant revelry engulfs the town for ten days. For the three-quarters of Tultepec residents that work in pyrotechnics, the celebration anchors their way of life. Plunging headlong into the fire, Brimstone & Glory honors the spirit of Tultepec and celebrates celebration itself. OCT. 2 | 8PM| POV \u201cAMERICA\u201d Life\u2019s easy for Diego, who works in a surf shop and performs on the boardwalk for tourists. Yet when his grandmother Am\u00e9rica injures herself, and his father\u2014 Am\u00e9rica's sole caretaker\u2014is imprisoned for negligence, Diego returns to his hometown of Colima, Mexico, to care for her with his brothers Rodrigo and Bruno.