PBS Highlights the African-American Experience Through A Wide Range of Content

From Stanley Nelson’s THE BLACK PANTHERS to Ken Burns’s JACKIE ROBINSON
to Henry Louis Gates’ BLACK AMERICA SINCE MLK and more, Programs Reach
Into PBS’ Fall 2016 Season

In Honor of Black History Month, PBS Features Documentaries of Iconic
African Americans and Offers More Than 30 Programs for Viewers to Stream
Online Through the PBS Black Culture Connection (BCC)

ARLINGTON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PBS is highlighting the African-American experience through content on
air on PBS member stations, online through the PBS Black Culture
Connection and through a series of community conversations that will
engage viewers in an exploration of African-American history and
culture. In addition to documentaries airing in February featuring those
who helped influence integration and inclusion, throughout 2016 PBS will
also feature programs about moments in history that helped shape race
relations today. Please click here
for more information from PBS.


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Contacts

PBS
Michaé Godwin, 703-739-8483
mmgodwin@pbs.org