Watch a collection of films and specials that highlight and add context to the many aspects of race and racism in our country. Below are a number of resources to help us deepen our understanding of racism in America.
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Tulsa's Black Lives Matter protesters are met by armed militia groups at city hall.
For residents of an LGBTQ+ retirement home, â€œseniorâ€ prom takes on a whole new meaning.
George Floydâ€™s is just the latest injustice against Black Americans.
Tulsa native Majeste Pearson sings "Lift Every Voice and Sing"
Learn about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, on the one hundredth anniversary of the crime.
Tuesday, June 1 at 9/8c on PBS and the PBS Video app.
"Gripping to watch."
A one-man dance party and fixture of the LA concert scene copes during the COVID pandemic.
Two activists fight to hold the chemical industry accountable.
Meet the Donut King, the Cambodian refugee who built a multi-million-dollar empire baking
Rev. Jeffrey McILwain describes what the Black Church means to him.
Rev. Jeffrey McILwain talks about the opening of the first AME Zion Church in NH.
Woullard Lett talks about the roots of the Black Church in New Hampshire.
Woullard Lett talks about the church's role of support.
Rev. Jeffrey McILwain describes what truth and faith within the Black Church meant.
Learn about the current reparations lawsuit against the City of Tulsa.
Tuesday, May 25 at 9/8c on PBS and the PBS Video app.
A Muslim mortician uses the rituals of death to teach two troubled teenagers how to live b
Learn about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre on the one hundredth anniversary of the crime.
The role of male hula dancers has long been overshadowed by Western concepts of gender.
AMERICAN ALOHA: HULA BEYOND HAWAIâ€™I tells the stories of three kumu hula
Today it is estimated there are nearly 2 million people dancing hula in Japan
This breathtakingly honest and brave documentary follows 26-year-old musician Stan Walker
FOR MY FATHERâ€™S KINGDOM follows Tongan pensioner Saia Mafileâ€™o and his family
Rev. Jeffrey McILwain talks about the first Black Church in New Hampshire, "The Pearl".
Woullard Lett talks about how slave-traders once used the church as a tool to pacify.
Woullard Lett shares his thoughts on what the Black Church means to him.
Woullard Lett talks about the church's role of building strength and connections.
The promo for the tenth season of documentary series Pacific Heartbeat.
THE AUSTRALIAN DREAM unravels the inspirational story of Indigenous AFL legend Adam Goodes
Tuesday, May 18 at 9/8c on PBS and the PBS Video app.
After a decade-long cry for justice, a new sound is heard in the movement: call for power.
The Kerner Commission finds "two societies, one black, one white, separate and unequal."
The call for Black Power takes various forms across communities in Black America.
Martin Luther King, Jr. stakes out new ground for himself and the Civil Rights Movement.
A call to pride and a renewed push for unity galvanize Black America.
Black activism is increasingly met with an unethical response from law enforcement.
Anti-discrimination rights gained in past decades by the movement are put to the test.
Power and powerlessness in the cities of Miami and Chicago.
A skeptical parole board and his own pride stand between a man and freedom.
Krasner must decide whether to pursue a rarityâ€”murder charges against a cop.
Frustrated Krasner supporters warn he must accelerate plans to phase out cash bail.
Krasner and his team battle to obtain the complete police misconduct files.
The new Philadelphia District Attorney uncovers a secret that shakes the police department
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A councilmember bridges constituents plagued by the opioid crisis with the unorthodox D.A.
The murder of a police sergeant tests the D.A.â€™s resolve to never seek the death penalty.
LaTonya Myers fights for probation reform, but any slip-up could send her back to prison.
Tuesday, May 11 at 9/8c on PBS and the PBS Video app