Race In America Streaming Guide
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PBS has curated a special playlist of films and specials that focus on race in America following the death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, and the ensuing protests that erupted across the country. In addition to films focused on African American history by Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Stanley Nelson, PBS also curated a playlist of programs from FRONTLINE, POV, INDEPENDENT LENS and other iconic series that explore the impact of racism on Black Americans and the larger country.
Below is a list of specials that can be streamed on pbs.org.
- John Lewis: Get in the Way Available through July 5, 2020
WDSE•WRPT is also hosting local conversations around race in our region.
Look for special episodes on Almanac North: Focus on Systemic Racism.
This Tuesday, June 23 at 9pm, WDSE•WRPT is proud to present the broadcast premiere of the documentary “I Can’t Breathe: A CJM Memorial,” Executive Produced by DanSan Creatives and Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial, Inc. The documentary reflects on the perspectives of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) amidst the unrest around police brutality and the murder of George Floyd through intergenerational stories that highlight individuals’ coming of age 100 years after the lynching of three black men in Duluth.
Updated June 19, 2020