Join Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr., as he delves into the genealogy of 27 new guests.
Learn how Griffith’s 1915 The Birth of a Nation sparked a dialogue on racism that continues today. Watch Mon, Feb 6 at midnight.
History of The Great Migration and the Rapp Road Community in Albany, New York. Watch Thur, Feb 16 at 7:30pm.
Maya Angelou gave people the freedom to think about their history in a way they never had. Watch Tue, Feb 21 at 8pm.
Honoring black female doctors around the country who work diligently in all facets of medicine.
This season of six artful, independent films offers unique perspectives on the complicated, and at times controversial, viewpoints about Africa and the Diaspora.
African American Heritage Month, also known as Black History Month, honors the history, celebrates the heritage and remembers the people, past and present, of the African diaspora.
Before Selma, there was Freedom Summer. By 1964, black Mississippians has suffered nearly 100 years of Jim Crow. Then civil rights activists devised a daring plan to force change.
Incorporating rare archival film and extraordinary interviews, Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP explore Marshall'
Portrait of poet Sonia Sanchez revealing her uncompromising life as she raised her voice.