After watching ‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution,’ it is critical to dig deeper with readings from the #BlackPantherSyllabus.
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Check out a clip from ‘A Ballerina’s Tale,’ the 2015 documentary about history-making ballerina Misty Copeland, which will air on PBS’ Independent Lens on Monday, February 8th.
Ahead of its PBS premiere, ‘ALTHEA,’ the story of tennis champion Althea Gibson (1927-2003), will screen at the Schomburg Center on August 25.
In solidarity with recently slain Mexican photojournalist Rubén Espinosa, PBS has made ‘Reportero,’ a documentary on the dangers faced by journalists covering narcotics traffickers and corrupt politicians, available globally for streaming through October 2, 2015.
‘Indian Summers,’ an epic retelling of the final years of British colonial rule in India, will arrive on DVD almost immediately after its PBS Masterpiece premiere in September.
‘Kumu Hina,’ a documentary exploring how Native Hawai’ian culture embraces those who embody both the male and female spirit, is now available on DVD and VOD (iTunes and Vimeo).
PBS’ Fall 2015 primetime schedule will include ‘Indian Summers,’ an epic retelling of the final years of British colonial rule in India.
‘Kumu Hina,’ a documentary exploring how Native Hawai’ian culture embraces those who embody both the male and female spirit, will premiere on PBS Independent Lens on Monday, May 4.
Independent Lens’ ‘American Denial’ seeks to “expose some of the potential underlying causes continuing to affect implicit racial biases inherent in America’s institutions today.”
Dream Defenders’ executive director Phillip Agnew speaks on systematic inequality on PBS’ unique town hall discussion, ‘America After Ferguson.’
Diddy and Funny Or Die spoof ‘Downton Abbey’ with a very funny #DowntonDiddy.
‘When I Rise’ is the inspiring story of Barbara Smith Conrad, a gifted black mezzo-soprano who, as a music student at the University of Texas, found herself in a civil rights storm that changed her life forever.