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Arizona Public Media presents an extensive lineup of special programming during February in observance of Black History Month. From history to performing arts to independent film, PBS 6, WORLD and UA Channel offer viewers the opportunity to explore the rich, vibrant history and cultural contributions of African Americans.

Arizona Public Media programming in honor of Black History Month:

PBS 6
POV: American Promise
February 3rd at 10pm
American Masters:Alice Walker: Beauty In Truth
February 7th at 2pm
Mississippi Remixed
February 9th at 2pm
Independent Lens: Spies of Mississippi
February 10 at 2pm
Underground Railroad: The William Still Story
February 15 at 3pm
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross:
The Black Atlantic February 23 at 11pm
The Age of Slavery February 24 at 11pm
Fly Boys: Western Pennsylvania’s Tuskegee Airmen
February 25 at 1pm
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross:
Into The Fire February 25 at 11pm
Making a Way Out of No Way February 26 at 11pm
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross:
Rise! February 27 at 11pm
A More Perfect Union February 28 at 11pm

World
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange—"War Don Don"
February 2 at 10am
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross:
The Black Atlantic,February 2 at 7pm
Our Time is Now February 5 at 7pm
The Education of Harvey Gantt
February 7 at 4pm
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange -“Stories from Lakka Beach”
February 9 at 10am
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross - "The Age of Slavery"
February 9 at 7pm
Independent Lens: Soul Food Junkies
February 11 at Noon
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange – “Boys of Summer”
February 11, 1pm
Independent Lens: Have You Heard from Johannesburg? - Free at Last
February 12 at 2 pm
Independent Lens: The Powerbroker—Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights
February 13 at Noon
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross—Into the Fire
February 16 at 7pm
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange—A Lot Like You
February 17at 6pm
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross—Making a Way Out of No Way
February 23 at 7pm
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange—Dear Mandela
February 24 at 6pm
The Black Kungfu Experience
February 25 at 5pm

UA Channel
Tavis Smiley Reports: Too Important to Fail
February 5 at 6pm
Jesse Owen: Enduring Spirit
February 7 at 8pm
Independent Lens: Daisy Bates – First Lady of Little Rock
February 11 at 6pm
26th Annual Benedict College Black History Conference
February12 at 6pm
An Evening with Ursula Burns
February 14 at 8pm
The Civil Life of Nathaniel Colley
February18 at 7:30pm
Black Kung Fu Experience
February 18 at 8pm
An Evening with Barry Gordy
February 21 at 8pm blk_hits_month_support