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Enjoy the great lineup of programs and films exploring the history and culture of the Black community. February is Black History Month so celebrate by enjoying these fascinating programs:

Genealogy RoadshowTuesdays at 8 PM      
Black in Latin AmericaMonday, February 2 at 8 AM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
An Evening With Gwen IfillMonday, February 2 at 12 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
What Color Is The News?: The Coverage of
Race in America
Monday, February 2 at 1 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
Richard Pryor: IconThursday, February 5 at 9 PM
Sunday, February 8 at 11 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus 
      
        
Shakespeare Uncovered: Othello with David HarewoodFriday, February 6 at 10 PM      
Antiques Roadshow:
Celebrating Black Americana
Monday, February 9 at 9 PM
Tuesday February 10 at 3 AM
Tuesday, February 10 at 9 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus
Thursday February 12 at 9 PM
Saturday February 14 at 10 AM
      
        
Queen of SwingThursday, February 12 at 6:30 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
Great Performances: MemphisThursday, February 12 at 7:30 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
Shakespeare Uncovered: Othello with
David Harewood
Thursday, February 12 at 11 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
        
FRONTLINE: The Long Walk of Nelson MandelaSunday, February 15 at 9 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall and the NAACPSunday, February 15 at 11 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
        
Independent Lens: Through a Lens Darkly -
Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People
Monday, February 16 at 10 PM
Tuesday, February 17 at 4 AM
      
        
The Reconstruction of Asa CarterMonday, February 16 at 12 AM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
Rise of the Black PharaohsMonday, February 16 at 9 AM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
        
American Masters - August Wilson: The Ground on Which I StandFriday, February 20 at 9 PM      
        
Lost Years of Zora Neale HurstonFriday, February 20 at 10:30 PM      
Underground Railroad: The William Still StorySunday, February 22 at 9 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
        
Independent Lens: The Powerbroker -
Whitney Young's Fight for Civil Rights
Sunday, February 22 at 10 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
        
Independent Lens: Spies of MississippiSunday, February 22 at 11 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
The Civil WarMonday, February 23 at 3 AM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
        
Independent Lens: American DenialMonday, February 23 at 10 PM
Tuesday, February 24 at 3:30 AM
      
        
American Masters August Wilson:
The Ground On Which I Stand
Thursday, February 26 at 10 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
        
Lost Years of Zora Neale HurstonThursday, February 26 at 11:30 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
        
An Unlikely FriendshipFriday, February 27 at 10:30 PM      
Jimi Hendrix: American MastersSaturday, February 28 at 6 PM on PBS SoCaL Plus      
        
Motown 25: Yesterday, Tomorrow, ForeverSaturday, February 28 at 10:00 PM
Saturday, February 28 at 10:30 PM
      
        
Additional Programming       
Building the DreamOne Night In March      
Black in Latin AmericaSlavery By Another Name      
POV American PromiseThe March  
American Masters: Alice Walker: Beauty in TruthFinding Your Roots  
Independent Lens: Spies of MississippiSecrets of the Dead: Slave Ship Mutiny  
FRONTLINE: The Long Walk of Nelson MandelaAmerican Experience: The Abolitionists  
Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack JohnsonThe African Americans: 
Many Rivers to Cross Marathon
  
    
    

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American Experience: Freedom Summer

American Experience: Freedom Summer

In 1964, more than 700 student volunteers from around the country joined organizers and...

More Than a Month

More Than a Month

Filmmaker Shukree Hassan Tilghman sets off on a cross-country campaign across America.

Independent Lens: Spies of Mississippi

Independent Lens: Spies of Mississippi

The story of a secret spy agency formed by the state of Mississippi.

American Promise

American Promise

Two African-American boys attend a prestigious private school in New York City.

Go Behind the Scenes of Slave Ship Mutiny

Go Behind the Scenes of Slave Ship Mutiny

Learn how the story of Massavana and The Meermin was uncovered.

America's Earliest Africans

America's Earliest Africans

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. discusses two of the earliest Africans to arrive in North America.

Browse and Watch

Browse and Watch

There are over 30 Shows and Films about Black History and Culture available today on PB...

PBS Black Culture Connection

PBS Black Culture Connection

Your resource and guide to films, stories and voices across public television centered ...

Jackie Robinson: Beyond Baseball

Jackie Robinson: Beyond Baseball

Jackie Robinson will forever be remembered as one of Baseball's leading legends. How we...

Walk to Freedom, 50 Years Later

Walk to Freedom, 50 Years Later

Edith Lee Payne - 1963 Walk to Freedom

Masters of Jazz: The Next Generation

Masters of Jazz: The Next Generation

Meet musician, teacher and mentor Thara Memory, and two of his previous students, Esper...

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