Black History Month Programming
|Saturday, Feb 2||11:00pm||Austin City Limits: Buddy Guy/August Greene|
|Monday, Feb 4||9:00pm||Antiques Roadshow: Celebrating Black America|
|Tuesday, Feb 5||8:00pm||Finding Your Roots: Freedom Tales|
|Tuesday, Feb 5||4:00am||Independent Lens: Black Memorabillia|
|Thursday, Feb 7||8:30pm||ARTEFFECTS: African-American History Month|
|Friday, Feb 8||10:30pm||Live From Lincoln Center: Pipeline|
|Friday, Feb 8||2:30am||Breaking Big: Danai Gurira|
|Monday, Feb 11||2:30am||Independent Lens: Hale County This Morning, This Evening|
|Wenesday, Feb 13||10:00pm||The Dictator's Playbook: Idi Amin|
|Monday, Feb 18||11:30pm||POV Shorts: Positive Images|
|Monday, Feb 18||2:30am||Breaking Big: Lee Daniels|
|Tuesday, Feb 19||9:00pm||American Masters: Sammy Davis, Jr., I've Gotta Be Me|
|Tuesday, Feb 19||11:00pm||Richard Pryor: Icon|
|Friday, Feb 22||10:30pm||American Masters: Charley Pride: I'm Just Me|
|Tuesday, Feb 26||9:00pm||American Experience: Roads to Memphis|
|Wednesday, Feb 27||11:00pm||Secrets of the Dead: The Woman in the Iron Coffin|
|Thursday, Feb 28||8:30pm||ARTEFFECTS: John Palmore|
Watch on KNPB Channel 5.1
Explore how HIV has permeated the Black American community .
Daisy Bates became a household name when she fought for the right of nine black students.
From humble origins to cross baseballs color line and become one of the most beloved men.
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An Alabama barber celebrates the election of the first black president.
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Examine the current function and long history of American’s use of “code words”.
Illustrating the power photography had and still has in shaping America’s views of race.