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MAKING BLACK AMERICA: THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE

Friday, February 10th

9:00pm on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 3

To survive economic disaster, hour three shows how African Americans relied on informal economies, grassroots organizations and cultural innovations behind the color line to dismantle the oppressive realities of Jim Crow.

10:00pm on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 4

Despite the gains of legal desegregation, hour four reveals how Black political and cultural movements - from Black Power to Black Twitter - provide a safe space to debate, organize and celebrate.

Saturday, February 11th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 3

To survive economic disaster, hour three shows how African Americans relied on informal economies, grassroots organizations and cultural innovations behind the color line to dismantle the oppressive realities of Jim Crow.

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 4

Despite the gains of legal desegregation, hour four reveals how Black political and cultural movements - from Black Power to Black Twitter - provide a safe space to debate, organize and celebrate.

Monday, February 20th

7:00pm on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 1

Hour one explores how free Black people, in the North and South, built towns, established schools, held conventions - creating robust networks to address the political, economic, and social needs of the entire Black community.

8:00pm on
Runtime: 00:56:45
Widescreen

Episode 2

Hour two explores how African Americans turn within, creating a community that not only sustains but empowers. From HBCUs to Black businesses to the Harlem Renaissance to political organizations, Black life flourished.

Tuesday, February 21st

12:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 1

Hour one explores how free Black people, in the North and South, built towns, established schools, held conventions - creating robust networks to address the political, economic, and social needs of the entire Black community.

1:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:45
Widescreen

Episode 2

Hour two explores how African Americans turn within, creating a community that not only sustains but empowers. From HBCUs to Black businesses to the Harlem Renaissance to political organizations, Black life flourished.

8:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 1

Hour one explores how free Black people, in the North and South, built towns, established schools, held conventions - creating robust networks to address the political, economic, and social needs of the entire Black community.

9:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:45
Widescreen

Episode 2

Hour two explores how African Americans turn within, creating a community that not only sustains but empowers. From HBCUs to Black businesses to the Harlem Renaissance to political organizations, Black life flourished.

Sunday, February 26th

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 1

Hour one explores how free Black people, in the North and South, built towns, established schools, held conventions - creating robust networks to address the political, economic, and social needs of the entire Black community.

5:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:45
Widescreen

Episode 2

Hour two explores how African Americans turn within, creating a community that not only sustains but empowers. From HBCUs to Black businesses to the Harlem Renaissance to political organizations, Black life flourished.

Monday, February 27th

7:00pm on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 3

To survive economic disaster, hour three shows how African Americans relied on informal economies, grassroots organizations and cultural innovations behind the color line to dismantle the oppressive realities of Jim Crow.

8:00pm on
Runtime: 00:56:45
Widescreen

Episode 4

Despite the gains of legal desegregation, hour four reveals how Black political and cultural movements - from Black Power to Black Twitter - provide a safe space to debate, organize and celebrate.

Tuesday, February 28th

12:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 3

To survive economic disaster, hour three shows how African Americans relied on informal economies, grassroots organizations and cultural innovations behind the color line to dismantle the oppressive realities of Jim Crow.

1:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:45
Widescreen

Episode 4

Despite the gains of legal desegregation, hour four reveals how Black political and cultural movements - from Black Power to Black Twitter - provide a safe space to debate, organize and celebrate.

8:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 3

To survive economic disaster, hour three shows how African Americans relied on informal economies, grassroots organizations and cultural innovations behind the color line to dismantle the oppressive realities of Jim Crow.

9:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:45
Widescreen

Episode 4

Despite the gains of legal desegregation, hour four reveals how Black political and cultural movements - from Black Power to Black Twitter - provide a safe space to debate, organize and celebrate.

Sunday, March 5th

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:46
Widescreen

Episode 3

To survive economic disaster, hour three shows how African Americans relied on informal economies, grassroots organizations and cultural innovations behind the color line to dismantle the oppressive realities of Jim Crow.

5:00am on
Runtime: 00:56:45
Widescreen

Episode 4

Despite the gains of legal desegregation, hour four reveals how Black political and cultural movements - from Black Power to Black Twitter - provide a safe space to debate, organize and celebrate.