Through the lens of talented filmmakers, we can re-live iconic moments in history like the 1963 March on Washington, following the impactful life of Muhammad Ali, or climb aboard a Greyhound bus to join the Freedom Riders on their journey through the Jim Crow South.
Programs and documentaries offer rich insight into our society and culture, connect us to some of our proudest and most shameful moments in American history, and remind us of how far we’ve come. What follows is a list of powerful programs and documentaries exploring Black history and culture in America.
From the blues to hip hop, African Americans have been the driving force of sonic innovation for over a century. Musical styles come and go, but there's one sound that has been a constant source of strength, courage and wisdom from the pulpit to the choir lofts on any given Sunday. GOSPEL, the latest history series from Henry Louis Gates, Jr., digs deep into the origin story of Black spirituality.
SATURDAY, FEB 24 8:00PM
Thursday, Feb 1, 8 & 15 | 9:00PM
Sunday, Feb 4 | 11:00PM
Most Sundays in Feb | 6:00PM
Saturday, Feb 17 | 7:00PM
SUNDAY, FEB 18 | 8:00PM
SUNDAY, FEB 18 | 11:00PM
SATURDAY FEB 24 | 7:00PM
SATurday FEB 24 & Feb 25 | 8:00PM
Sunday FEB 25 | 7:00PM