Black History Month Special Programs
Channel 10
Cooked: Survival by Zip CodeFebruary 10, 10:00 pm
Finding Your Roots: Slave TradeFebruary 11, 1:30 am and 7:00 pm
Cooked: Survival by Zip CodeFebruary 11, 3:30 am
Finding Your Roots: Slave TradeFebruary 12, 1:30 am
Finding Your Roots: Slave TradeFebruary 17, 4:00 pm
Independent Lens: Always in SeasonFebruary 24, 9:00 pm
The Groveland FourFebruary 24, 10:30 pm
POV Shorts: The Changing Same February 24, 11:30 pm
Miles Davis: American MastersFebruary 25, 8:00 pm
Boss: The Black Experience in BusinessFebruary 25, 10:00 pm
Miles Davis: American MastersFebruary 26, 2:30 am
Channel 36
An Evening with Debra LeeFebruary 3, Midnight
America's Great Civilizations - The Atlantic AgeFebruary 8, 11:00 pm
Africa's Great CivilizationsFebruary 9, Midnight
Daddy and the War LordFebruary 9, 2:00 am
Hollywood's Architect: The Paul R. Williams StoryFebruary 9, 3:00 pm
Independent Lens: Cooked: Survival by Zip CodeFebruary 10, 11:00 pm
Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and UniversitiesFebruary 15, 10:30 pm
A Musical Evening with Harry LennixFebruary 17, Midnight
Afropop: The Ultimate Cultural ExchangeFebruary 16, Midnight
Fats Domino: American MastersFebruary 22, 11:00 pm
My Friend Fela and Birth of AfrobeatFebruary 23, Midnight
Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela and Spit on the BroomFebruary 23, 1:30 am
The Groveland FourFebruary 27, 11:30 pm

February is Black History Month and we choose to honor the contributions and achievements of black Americans by learning more about their stories. At the same time, we are shining a light on new voices and those who are blazing new trails. This month we have dozens of films and shows to learn about past and present change agents. Click here to discover just some of the titles you can stream.

Black Lens February Film Festival

Celebrate Kwanzaa at Mahogany Gallery

Kwanzaa may be over, but Mahogany Gallery in Kenosha is still celebrating the seven principles in their art exhibition "Nguzo Saba: Reaffirmation" through February.

Links from other segments mentioned in February's Black Nouveau
1969 Black Student Strike
Unlearning Racism
Chasin' Dem Blues
John H. Givens, III (Obituary)