This film traces many years of turbulent race relations by looking at television programs.
This film traces over 40 years of turbulent race relations through the lens of prime-time entertainment.
Historian Douglas R. Egerton describes the life and political career of Mississippi politician Blanche K. Bruce, the first African-American to serve a full six-year term in the United States Senate.
A hidden camera follows two men, one black and one white, as they go about various everyday activities. The wide disparity in their experiences is enlightening and surprising.
This documentary traces the evolution of anti-black racism by examining popular culture.