Celebrating BIPOC Programming on NHPBS

November 2021

Join us as we celebrate Native American Heritage Month on New Hampshire PBS. This is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories and to acknowledge the important contributions of all Indigenous people.

And New Hampshire PBS is premiering our newest documentary SURVIVING NEW ENGLAND'S GREAT DYING which explores a plague decimated New England’s coastal Native American population just prior to the arrival of the Pilgrims (Thursday, November 18 at 8pm).

NHPBS will feature other engaging programs that honor our BIPOC communities.

AMERICAN MASTERS

ASIA INSIGHT

CHASING VOICES

EAST LAKE MEADOWS: A PUBLIC HOUSING STORY

INDEPENDENT LENS

JOHN LEWIS - GET IN THE WAY

JOURNEYS IN JAPAN

OUR AMERICAN FAMILY: THE KUROWSKIS

RECONSTRUCTION: AMERICA AFTER THE CIVIL WAR

REEL SOUTH

SEARCHING FOR SEQUOYAH

SLAVERY BY ANOTHER NAME

SURVIVING NEW ENGLAND'S GREAT DYING

WALK TOGETHER CHILDREN: THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FISK JUBILEE SINGERS

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