Want to watch better-quality PBS Video? Sign in to access higher-quality streaming!

By signing in, you are authorizing PBS to share your email address with your local PBS station to send you periodic communications about station events, services and support. Any other uses of your information by PBS are governed by PBS’s Privacy Policy.

Closed Captioning Settings
×

Preview

Captions look like this

Captions size

  • 15

Captions font family

Edge style

Captions color

Background color

Window color

Text Opacity

  • 100%

Background Opacity

  • 100%

Window Opacity

  • 0%
  • Save Settings
  • Reset

TO THE CONTRARY

November 12, 2010

  • Aired: 11/12/2010
  • 24:41
  • Rating: NR
This week the Supreme Court heard a case on citizenship challenging the current federal law regarding unmarried, foreign-born mothers versus fathers. With new federal and state laws regulating food, is the government trying to control what we eat? Margaret Cho talks about her childhood, career, and being a role model for women and women of color in her field.
Embed Options
Close ×
November 12, 2010 image
November 12, 2010
Citizenship Gender Bias, Food Fights, Margaret Cho
Width:
Height:
Please copy this text to your clipboard.
Problems Playing Video ?

PBS KIDS

Watch videos from your favorite PBS KIDS shows with the PBS KIDS Video app for your tablet or phone.

Downton Abbey Collection

Bring home the complete collection: DVDs, Blu-rays, books, gifts and more. Visit ShopPBS.

Donate

helps all of us explore new worlds and ideas. Give Now

Sponsored Links