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Watch Guide: 10 Black History Month Programs to Catch Up on this Weekend
By Taryn Jackson Stewart
We invite you to spend your 3-day weekend with us catching up on programming centered around Black history and culture. From award-winning documentaries, inspirational personal profiles and a new original web series, we have everything you need to dive deep into the African American experience.
Hale County This Morning, This Evening | Independent Lens
Eyes on the Prize: Then and Now | World Channel
Lee Daniels | Breaking Big
What is Black Pride? | Say it Loud
Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class | World Channel
How James Brown Invented Funk | Sound Field
Freedom Tales | Finding Your Roots
Vel Phillips: Dream Big Dreams | WPT Documentaries
George Washington Carver: An Uncommon Life | IPTV Documentaries
Fannie Lou Hamer: Stand Up
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Preview These 2 Documentaries Airing and Streaming Next Week on American Masters
Sammy Davis, Jr.: I've Gotta Be Me
Premieres February 19th
Charley Pride: I'm Just Me
Premieres February 22nd
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Join us all month long as we celebrate Black history and all its facets. From performances to Oscar-nominated documentaries to profiles of individuals who forged new paths in science, civil rights, sports, and so much more. PBS' Black Culture Connection will keep you updated and educated this Black History Month and every month after that.
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