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Black History Month

Black History Month 2014

GPB has digital resources to use in the classroom to educate students about the achievements of African Americans.

Resources from PBS Learning Media:
1)Understanding Duke Ellington | WNET | 1-4
2)Ronald Johnson of Sapelo Island | American Graduate | 3-12
3)Rosa Parks | WGBH | 3-12
4)African American History | Lion Television | 4-13+
5)Civil Rights Act 1964 | National Archives | 6-13+
6)Together | WNET | 3-8
7)Identifying the Social & Cultural Context | WNET | 6-8
8)Jacob Lawrence & Martin Puryear | American Graduate | 6-12
9)The Harlem Renaissance | Library of Congress | 6-12
10)14th Amendment | National Archives | 6-13+
11)Finding Your Roots | WNET | 8-12
12)The NAACP | Library of Congress | 9-12
13)Using Oral History | Hudson West Productions | 9-12
14)The Civil War & Abolition | WNET | 9-12
15)Educating the ‘Whole Child’ | Hudson West | 9-12
16)A Writer in the Making | American Masters | 9-12
17)Forgotten Genius | NOVA | 9-12
18)African American Tradition | Give Me the Banjo | 9-12
19)The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross – TBD
20)The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross – TBD
21)A Raisin in the Sun Revisited – TBD

On-Air

Faces of America February 2 and February 9 at 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.

American Masters "Alice Walker: Beauty In Truth" February 7 at 11 p.m.

African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross February 23 and March 2 at 12:30 p.m.