PBS Black Culture Connection Goes Online

PBS Black Culture Connection
PBS Black Culture Connection

In honor of Black History Month, PBS has released its programming lineup and online content offerings that will enrich viewers’ understanding of African-American history and culture.

As part of its plan to provide diverse programming and resources for all Americans year-round, PBS will offer special new episodes from popular titles, along with encore programming—all of which will stream online after broadcast on the PBS Black Culture Connection.

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In addition to on-air programs, the PBS Black Culture Connection (BCC), an extension of PBS.org featuring black films, stories and discussion across PBS, will debut new “Top 10” Lists with recommendations for must-see documentaries and must-read authors, as well as little-known black history facts.

In the picture above: Genealogy Roadshow in New Orleans featuring Cherise Harrison-Nelson and family with Kenyatta Berry at the Cabildo. Photo courtesy: Pat Garin, 2014

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