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PBS Airs Documentary on the Controversy Surrounding Gay Marriage
PBS aired "The New Black" to shed light on the issue of gay marriage in the Black community....


Henry Louis Gates' PBS Documentary to Cover 500 Years of Black History
Henry Louis Gates' new PBS documentary, The African-Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, will trace 500...


Denzel Washington to Narrate PBS Doc on '63 March
The film "The March" will air on Aug. 27, a day after the 50th anniversary of the march that featur...


D.C. Puppet March Planned to Defend PBS Funding
More than 1,600 puppets and public television supporters will gather on Nov. 3....


Talib Kweli Honors Black History Month with PBS Documentary
Talib Kweli honors Black History Month with PBS documentary The Black Power Mixtape 1967–1975....


Tavis Smiley's and Cornel West’s “Poverty Tour” Airs on PBS
In the television special, Smiley and West talked with Americans most hit by the recession....


Why Are More Black Males Dropping Out of High School?
In a new PBS special, Tavis Smiley investigates why factors such as generational poverty, unemploym...


Skip Gates Has New PBS Special on Race
Henry Louis Gates New PBS Special, Black in Latina America Airs Tuesday....


Hackers Post False Story About Tupac Living in New Zealand
PBS Web site is infiltrated with a fake story about the late rapper....


Sesame Workshop Asks Obama Campaign to Pull Big Bird Ad
Sesame Workshop says it doesn't "participate in political campaigns" and asks that the ad with Big ...


Syria's Assad Denies Chemical Weapon Use
In an exclusive interview with PBS' Charlie Rose, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad told Americans t...


Commentary: The Real Danger of the NFL Life
PBS’ controversial documentary turns late Pittsburgh Steelers star Mike Webster into the face of co...


Don’t Miss the Powerful Film Endgame: AIDS in Black America Tonight, July 10
Endgame: AIDS in Black America, written and directed by Renata Simone, takes a look at the epidemic...


This Day in Black History: May 10, 1837
The nation's first Black governor, P.B.S. Pinchback, was born....


Tavis Smiley: Obama's Trayvon Speech Was "Weak as Kool-Aid"
PBS host Tavis Smiley slams President Obama's speech about Trayvon Martin and race....


Health Hero: Fighting for Men’s Health on the South Side of Chicago
Project Brotherhood promotes spiritual, physical and economic health for men in the South Side of C...


Nas Discovers the Slave Owner Who Purchased His Ancestors
Rapper appears on Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates Jr., sees bill of sale for his great-gr...


Scandal Wins Peabody Award
Orange Is the New Black, Key & Peele also awarded....


Commentary: New Film Highlights the Real End of Slavery
"Slavery by Another Name" explains how the Emancipation Proclamation was hardly the end of Black bo...


BET Nabs 18 NAACP Image Award Nominations
The network gets recognized for its outstanding series....

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