What's new? Check out the 2013 Black History Month Programming Schedule below. See your local listings for air times. And if you miss them on TV, come back to watch online.
A new season of Pioneers of Television offers a special episode on Roots premiering Feb...
Whitney Young was one of the most celebrated leaders of the Civil Rights era. Preview "...
Sister Rosetta Tharpe is one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Previ...
Meet Sherri “Sparkle” Williams, one of the oldest female professional dancers in the U....
Review the story of women who have helped shape America over the last 50 years. Premier...
Gwen Ifill interviews Berry Gordy, founder in 1959 of Motown Records
Online ENCORE! Presentations are brought to you by Independent Lens and PBS Black Culture Connection. Every week during the month of Feburary, Independent Lens will release a new film to celebrate Black History Month. Available online only. See below or visit our Screening Room for films and details.
Petey Greene was the original radio shock jock. Available Feb 11th - Feb 17th
Bigotry knocked her down ... but her music knocked back. Available Feb 4th - Feb 10th.
Is it time to end Black History Month? Available Feb 25th - March 3rd
She was a Feminist before the term was invented. Available Feb 18th - Feb 24th.
Watch more ENCORE! programming on your local PBS Station.
See your local listings for details.
The Abolitionists Sundays, January 13-27, 2013, 10pm ET
“Cab Calloway: Sketches” February 2013 (check local listings)
Black in Latin America February 2013 (check local listings)
Freedom Riders February 2013 (check local listings)
Slavery By Another Name Friday, February 22, 2013, 10pm ET
Underground Railroad: The William Still Story Friday, February 15, 2013, 10:30pm ET
“The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975” (check local listings)
“Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock” (check local listings)
“More Than a Month” February 2013 (check local listings)