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Monday
2/19/18
 
We'll Meet Again Heroes of 9/11 (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Patrick searches for the person who comforted him during 9/11; Tim wants to thank the fellow chaplain who helped him find the strength to continue on.
Independent Lens The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) The history of the Black Panther Party is explored through interviews and archival footage, revealing the group's lasting impact on American culture.
 
Tuesday
2/20/18
 
AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Program American Ascent (Repeat, TV-PG) The host presents documentaries profiling life and pop culture in the realities of contemporary Africa, and how these trends relate to other world cultures.
The Education of Harvey Gantt (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Told is the tale of a black student who wanted to study architecture at Clemson College and the NAACP lawyer who secured his entrance into the school.
Stories from the Stage (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Master storytellers from a multitude of cultures explore the art of storytelling by discussing their craft and performing on-stage.
1964: The Fight for a Right (Repeat, TV-PG) A look at American voting issues from the years, including the movement in 1964 in Mississippi in which people died to give African Americans voting rights.
 
Wednesday
2/21/18
« America ReFramed Agents of Change (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Films that showcase contemporary reservations, big and small towns, and more reveal what life is like in places all over the United States.
Fighting On Both Fronts: The Story of the 370th (HD, New, TV-G) The story of one of the few African-American regiments to have fought in combat during World War I, is told, including a group of men from Chicago.
1964: The Fight for a Right (Repeat, TV-PG) A look at American voting issues from the years, including the movement in 1964 in Mississippi in which people died to give African Americans voting rights.
Variety Studio: Actors on Actors (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Acclaimed actors take part in intimate discussions of their projects and profession, sharing their thoughts on the production process and the industry.
 
Thursday
2/22/18
« Independent Lens Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Over a period of 150 years, from the time of slavery to the 20th century, Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States flourished.
Slavery by Another Name (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Forms of forced servitude persisted until WWII, and tales from slaves, their descendants and rights activists reveal how slavery was able to continue.
Black Women in Medicine (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
 
Friday
2/23/18
 
Impossible Builds The Floating House (HD, Repeat, TV-G) A team in Dubai attempts to combine the best of terrestrial and marine design in order to build a house that floats above and below the surface of the ocean.
Secrets of the Dead Nero's Sunken City (HD, Repeat, TV-14) Archaeologists map the underwater ruins of Baiae, an ancient Italian resort that was a popular escape for the wealthiest residents of Rome.
The Education of Harvey Gantt (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Told is the tale of a black student who wanted to study architecture at Clemson College and the NAACP lawyer who secured his entrance into the school.
Stories from the Stage (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Master storytellers from a multitude of cultures explore the art of storytelling by discussing their craft and performing on-stage.
 
Saturday
2/24/18
« Independent Lens The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) The history of the Black Panther Party is explored through interviews and archival footage, revealing the group's lasting impact on American culture.
Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America's Founding Fathers (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
Consuelo Mack Wealth Track (Repeat, TV-G) Consuelo Mack discusses strategies for successful long term investing, including investing in diverse assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate and art.
Second Opinion: Taking Charge of Your Health Care Knee Replacement (Repeat, TV-PG) Steve Jasinski shares his experience with severe knee pain and learns about new treatment options; experts discuss exercise after joint replacement surgery.
 
Sunday
2/25/18
 
America ReFramed Agents of Change (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Films that showcase contemporary reservations, big and small towns, and more reveal what life is like in places all over the United States.
Fighting On Both Fronts: The Story of the 370th (HD, New, TV-G) The story of one of the few African-American regiments to have fought in combat during World War I, is told, including a group of men from Chicago.
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Rebecca Costa – On the Verge (New, TV-G) Barry Kibrick conducts insightful one-on-one interviews with a guest list of public figures than span the gamut from novelists to musicians.
Well Read Gerda Saunders; Memory's Last Breath (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Author Gerda Saunders reveals how her book, "Memory's Last Breath," draws inspiration from her own personal experiences with dementia.
 
 
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Monday
2/26/18
 
We'll Meet Again Freedom Summer (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Fatima wants to thank Thelma for having courage in the face of racism; Sherie searches for a friend who inspired her to fight for social justice.
Independent Lens Accidental Courtesy (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) African-American musician Daryl Davis befriends members of the Ku Klux Klan in an effort to foster racial reconciliation through friendship.
An Unlikely Friendship (Repeat, TV-PG) A cynical KKK leader develops a surprising friendship with an outspoken black woman activist; together, the pair tells their tale in their own words.
 
Tuesday
2/27/18
 
AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Program First Friday (Repeat, TV-PG) AfroPoP travels to the city of Oakland, California as it tries to rebrand itself with a monthly street festival, shaking its reputation as a dangerous city.
Karamu: 100 Years in the House (HD, Repeat, TV-G) The story of the oldest African-American performing arts theater in America, the Karamu House in the Fairfax neighborhood of Cleveland, is chronicled.
Stories from the Stage (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Master storytellers from a multitude of cultures explore the art of storytelling by discussing their craft and performing on-stage.
Independent Lens Birth of a Movement (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) In 1915, the film "The Birth of a Nation" by D.W. Griffith sparks an ongoing race war; features Spike Lee, Reginald Hudlin and Henry Louis Gates Jr.
 
Wednesday
2/28/18
« America ReFramed Baddddd Sonia Sanchez (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Films that showcase contemporary reservations, big and small towns, and more reveal what life is like in places all over the United States.
Deep City: The Birth of the Miami Sound (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) The story of how two musical geniuses created the first black-owned record label in Florida, is told, exploring the early days of the soul music scene.
Variety Studio: Actors on Actors (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Acclaimed actors take part in intimate discussions of their projects and profession, sharing their thoughts on the production process and the industry.
 
Thursday
3/1/18
 
In Their Own Words Muhammad Ali (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Prominent figures from the famed boxer's personal and professional lives offer exclusive insights into his storied career and lasting legacy.
Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America's Founding Fathers (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
Secrets of the Dead Nero's Sunken City (HD, Repeat, TV-14) Archaeologists map the underwater ruins of Baiae, an ancient Italian resort that was a popular escape for the wealthiest residents of Rome.
 
Friday
3/2/18
 
Counting From Infinity: Yitang Zhang and the Twin Prime Conjecture (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
Food - Delicious Science Food on the Brain (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Hosts Michael Mosley and James Wong explore how food affects the human brain, which influences the cravings that humans experience.
Karamu: 100 Years in the House (HD, Repeat, TV-G) The story of the oldest African-American performing arts theater in America, the Karamu House in the Fairfax neighborhood of Cleveland, is chronicled.
Stories from the Stage (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Master storytellers from a multitude of cultures explore the art of storytelling by discussing their craft and performing on-stage.
 
Saturday
3/3/18
 
Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP (HD, Repeat, TV-G) A look is taken at the life and work of the U.S. Supreme Court justice, beginning with his youth in Baltimore to his landmark segregation cases.
Shot in Mexico (Repeat)
Consuelo Mack Wealth Track (Repeat, TV-G) Consuelo Mack discusses strategies for successful long term investing, including investing in diverse assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate and art.
Second Opinion: Taking Charge of Your Health Care Food as Medicine (Repeat, TV-PG) A patient shares the story of her journey to a healthier lifestyle; leading experts discuss whether it's better to lose weight steadily or rapidly.
 
Sunday
3/4/18
 
America ReFramed Baddddd Sonia Sanchez (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Films that showcase contemporary reservations, big and small towns, and more reveal what life is like in places all over the United States.
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Rebecca Costa – On the Verge (Repeat, TV-G) Barry Kibrick conducts insightful one-on-one interviews with a guest list of public figures than span the gamut from novelists to musicians.
Well Read Sherman Alexie; You Don't Have to Say You Love Me (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Author Sherman Alexie discusses his memoir, "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me," which describes his childhood in a poor home on a Native American reservation.
 
 
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