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Frontline, Season 40, Episode 6, American Reckoning
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directed by Yoruba Richen, 1972- and Brad Lichtenstein, fl. 1996; produced by Yoruba Richen, 1972- and Brad Lichtenstein, fl. 1996, Frontline Films, 371 Productions and Retro Report, in Frontline, Season 40, Episode 6 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2022), 1 hour 25 mins
An unsolved 1960s murder reveals an untold story of the civil rights movement and Black resistance. With Retro Report, the film draws on rarely seen footage filmed more than 50 years ago in Natchez, MS, and follows one family's search for justice.
directed by Yoruba Richen, 1972- and Brad Lichtenstein, fl. 1996; produced by Yoruba Richen, 1972- and Brad Lichtenstein, fl. 1996, Frontline Films, 371 Productions and Retro Report, in Frontline, Season 40, Episode 6 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2022), 1 hour 25 mins
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NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson on Voting Rights Protection
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(Bloomberg, 2022), 7 mins
NAACP President/CEO Derrick Johnson discusses the push to pass voting rights reform. (1/14/22)
(Bloomberg, 2022), 7 mins
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Black Women in America & Their Fight for Voting Rights
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produced by Brian Stewart, fl. 2008, Stewart Media USA LLC (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media, 2021), 30 mins
The battles for African American women fought 100 years ago--for a constitutional right and against segregationist and discriminatory Jim Crow laws in the South echo today as American women continue to work against voter suppression and for full access to the polls. During the 19th and 20th centuries, Black women...
produced by Brian Stewart, fl. 2008, Stewart Media USA LLC (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media, 2021), 30 mins
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Barack Obama Talks to David Olusoga
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directed by David Shulman; presented by David Olusoga, fl. 1999; produced by David Shulman and Barry Ronan, fl. 2014, British Broadcasting Corporation; interview by David Olusoga, fl. 1999 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2020), 29 mins
In a UK exclusive, Barack Obama encounters historian David Olusoga to discuss his long-awaited memoir A Promised Land, and how he may have cast a spotlight on the racial fault lines in America.
directed by David Shulman; presented by David Olusoga, fl. 1999; produced by David Shulman and Barry Ronan, fl. 2014, British Broadcasting Corporation; interview by David Olusoga, fl. 1999 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2020), 29 mins
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Charts that Count, How badly are African Americans affected by police brutality?
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produced by Financial Times (Newspaper), in Charts that Count (London, England: Financial Times (Newspaper), 2020), 2 mins
US data journalist Brooke Fox explains how US law enforcement imprisons and kills more African Americans than any other ethnic group.
produced by Financial Times (Newspaper), in Charts that Count (London, England: Financial Times (Newspaper), 2020), 2 mins
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Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America
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directed by Gretchen Sorin and Ric Burns, 1955-; produced by Steven Bennett, fl. 1997, Emir Lewis, fl. 1997, Emily Pfeil, fl. 2019 and Kathryn Clinard, fl. 2013, Steeplechase Films (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2020), 1 hour 59 mins
Chronicling the history and personal experiences of African Americans on the road from the advent of the automobile through the seismic changes of the 1960s and beyond – Driving While Black explores the background of a phrase rooted in realities that have been a part of the African American experience for hundre...
directed by Gretchen Sorin and Ric Burns, 1955-; produced by Steven Bennett, fl. 1997, Emir Lewis, fl. 1997, Emily Pfeil, fl. 2019 and Kathryn Clinard, fl. 2013, Steeplechase Films (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2020), 1 hour 59 mins
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Frontline, Season 38, Episode 26, Policing the Police 2020
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produced by James Jacoby, fl. 2004-2015, Anya Bourg, fl. 2003-2013 and Jelani Cobb, 1969-, Left/Right and WGBH Boston, in Frontline, Season 38, Episode 26 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2020), 53 mins
Race, policing and the struggle to hold departments accountable. In the wake of George Floyd’s killing, New Yorker writer Jelani Cobb examines prospects for reform and returns to the case of one troubled department he first visited in 2016.
produced by James Jacoby, fl. 2004-2015, Anya Bourg, fl. 2003-2013 and Jelani Cobb, 1969-, Left/Right and WGBH Boston, in Frontline, Season 38, Episode 26 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2020), 53 mins
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Segregation In America
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produced by Brian Stewart, fl. 2008, Stewart Media USA LLC (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media, 2019), 32 mins
Segregation in the United States is the racial segregation of facilities, services, and opportunities such as housing, medical care, education, employment, and transportation along racial lines. After the Civil War, millions of formerly enslaved African Americans hoped to join the larger society as full and equal...
produced by Brian Stewart, fl. 2008, Stewart Media USA LLC (Los Angeles, CA - Venice: TMW Media, 2019), 32 mins
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Women's Leadership Online Summit: Leading Change at Work and Beyond, Because She's Powerful: The Political Isolation and Resistance of Women with Incarcerated Loved Ones
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interview by Rinku Sen, fl. 2003, in Women's Leadership Online Summit: Leading Change at Work and Beyond (Oakland, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2019), 1 hour

Talk: Because She's Powerful: The Political Isolation and Resistance of Women with Incarcerated Loved Ones

Gina Clayton-Johnson, Founder and Executive Director, Essie Justice Group, talks about her work and touches on her family history.

interview by Rinku Sen, fl. 2003, in Women's Leadership Online Summit: Leading Change at Work and Beyond (Oakland, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2019), 1 hour
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Independent Lens, Charm City
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directed by Marilyn Ness, fl. 2002; produced by Marilyn Ness, fl. 2002 and Katy Chevigny, fl. 1999, Big Mouth Productions, in Independent Lens (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2018), 1 hour 47 mins
CHARM CITY delivers a candid portrait of citizens, police, community advocates, and government officials on the frontlines during three years of unparalleled, escalating violence in Baltimore. The film highlights the positive actions undertaken by groups and individuals, who come together to rebuild, heal, and for...
directed by Marilyn Ness, fl. 2002; produced by Marilyn Ness, fl. 2002 and Katy Chevigny, fl. 1999, Big Mouth Productions, in Independent Lens (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2018), 1 hour 47 mins
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