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Harriet Tubman: Visions of Freedom

PBS/MPT
'Harriet Tubman: Visions of Freedom' chronicles how Tubman, born into slavery in Dorchester County, Maryland, first liberated herself and then embarked on many dangerous missions back into the lion’s den to lead more than 70 enslaved people to freedom via the Underground Railroad. Going beyond this well-known aspect of Tubman’s life, the doc will also recount her later exploits as a Union scout and spy during the Civil War, a leading abolitionist, and a women’s suffrage activist, as well as delving into the psychological and spiritual motivations that drove her to her extraordinary accomplishments.
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'Harriet Tubman: Visions of Freedom' chronicles how Tubman, born into slavery in Dorchester County, Maryland, first liberated herself and then embarked on many dangerous missions back into the lion’s den to lead more than 70 enslaved people to freedom via the Underground Railroad. Going beyond this well-known aspect of Tubman’s life, the doc will also recount her later exploits as a Union scout and spy during the Civil War, a leading abolitionist, and a women’s suffrage activist, as well as delving into the psychological and spiritual motivations that drove her to her extraordinary accomplishments.
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Becoming Frederick Douglass

PBS/MPT
'Becoming Frederick Douglass' is the story of how a man born into slavery became one of the most prominent statesmen and influential voices for democracy in American history. Born in 1818 on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, he escaped from slavery in 1838 and went on to become the most well-known leader of the abolitionist movement.
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'Becoming Frederick Douglass' is the story of how a man born into slavery became one of the most prominent statesmen and influential voices for democracy in American history. Born in 1818 on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, he escaped from slavery in 1838 and went on to become the most well-known leader of the abolitionist movement.
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Medical Racism

PBS NOVA
In 'Medical Racism' (w.t.), NOVA will reveal not only the long history of racism within our healthcare system and how environmental factors stemming from continued residential segregation contribute to racial health disparities, but also the science of how racism has a direct impact on the human body, making people of color much more vulnerable to disease and chronic illness.
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In 'Medical Racism' (w.t.), NOVA will reveal not only the long history of racism within our healthcare system and how environmental factors stemming from continued residential segregation contribute to racial health disparities, but also the science of how racism has a direct impact on the human body, making people of color much more vulnerable to disease and chronic illness.
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Sun Ra and the Roots of Afrofuturism

FIRELIGHT FILMS
'Sun Ra and the Roots of Afrofuturism' is about the life, work and legacy of American jazz legend Sun Ra. Born Herman Poole Blount in 1914 in Birmingham, Alabama, Sun Ra claimed that he had been “teleported” to Saturn and espoused a theory of Blackness as the foundation of the “omniverse,” from the birthplace of civilization in ancient Egypt through the Space Age.
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'Sun Ra and the Roots of Afrofuturism' is about the life, work and legacy of American jazz legend Sun Ra. Born Herman Poole Blount in 1914 in Birmingham, Alabama, Sun Ra claimed that he had been “teleported” to Saturn and espoused a theory of Blackness as the foundation of the “omniverse,” from the birthplace of civilization in ancient Egypt through the Space Age.
In Development

The Color of Cola

FIRELIGHT FILMS
'The Color of Cola' sheds light on the experience of the all-Black sales team at Pepsi, which was the first of its kind for any major corporation – following their journey through the Jim Crow South after being tasked with tapping its African American market.
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'The Color of Cola' sheds light on the experience of the all-Black sales team at Pepsi, which was the first of its kind for any major corporation – following their journey through the Jim Crow South after being tasked with tapping its African American market.
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Creating the New World: The Transatlantic Slave Trade

PBS INDEPENDENT LENS
'Creating the New World' is a groundbreaking series that examines how the largest forced migration in history constructed notions of race and identity; built new economies, and gave rise to global capitalism.
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'Creating the New World' is a groundbreaking series that examines how the largest forced migration in history constructed notions of race and identity; built new economies, and gave rise to global capitalism.

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