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Take Another Look At Fashion
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Take Another Look At Fashion

How does street style become runway fashion? And how does fashion contend with culture appropriation?

Struggle & Hope
America Reframed

Struggle & Hope

Following the Civil War, all-Black towns emerged in what is now modern-day Oklahoma. Hear the stories of the last remaining residents of those towns.

Spotlight on: Civil Rights Pioneers

Do You Know About Vel Phillipps?
WPT Documentaries

Do You Know About Vel Phillipps?

Do you know about Vel Phillipps? She was a civil rights leader and a woman of many "firsts" in Wisconsin. Let's get to know Vel Phillipps.

From Sharecropper To Congressional Candidate
Fannie Lou Hamer: Stand Up

From Sharecropper To Congressional Candidate

Fannie Lou Hamer is remembered by those who worked side by side with her in the struggle for voting rights.

Spotlight On: Trailblazers in Science

IPTV Documentaries

George Washington Carver's Life And Work

Learn about Carver's complexities and the full impact of his life and work. His commitment to help others drove successes in science.

Learning Media

At The Intersection of Chemistry and Civil Rights

In 1950, Percy Julian was one of the few African Americans with a Ph.D. He was Chicago's man of the year and a groundbreaking scientist.

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