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What's On?  Check out these programs coming to your local PBS Station this February. See your local listings for air times. And if you miss them on TV, come back to watch them online. 

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Feb 3 | New Orleans – Board of Trade
Genealogy Roadshow

Feb 3 | New Orleans – Board of Trade

Explore a participant’s link to the famous New Orleans Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau.

Feb 6 | The Taming of the Shrew With Morgan Freeman
Shakespeare Uncovered

Feb 6 | The Taming of the Shrew With Morgan Freeman

Morgan Freeman explores the "battle-of-the-sexes" in one of Shakespeare’s first plays.

Feb 6 | Othello With David Harewood
Shakespeare Uncovered

Feb 6 | Othello With David Harewood

David Harewood analyzes the great villan Iago and how he manipulates Othello.

Feb 9 | Celebrating Black Americana
Antiques Roadshow

Feb 9 | Celebrating Black Americana

Preview this Black History Month special from Antiques Roadshow.

Feb 10 | St. Louis- Union Station
Genealogy Roadshow

Feb 10 | St. Louis- Union Station

Uncover fascinating family stories from the River City of St. Louis.

Feb 16 | Through a Lens Darkly
Independent Lens

Feb 16 | Through a Lens Darkly

Trace 170 years of African American history in front of, and behind, the camera.

Feb 17 | Philadelphia- Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Genealogy Roadshow

Feb 17 | Philadelphia- Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Founded in 1824, it is home to collections that hold over 350 years of American history.

Feb 20 | August Wilson: The Ground on Which I Stand
American Masters

Feb 20 | August Wilson: The Ground on Which I Stand

The first documentary about the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning playwright August Wilson.

Feb 23 | American Denial
Independent Lens

Feb 23 | American Denial

Explore the impact of unconscious biases around race and class.

 | Underground Railroad: The Williams Still Story (Watch it Online  |  Check Local Listings)  

 | African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross (Watch it Online  |  Check Local Listings)  

 | The March (Check Local Listings)

 | The Powerbroker, Independent Lens (Check Local Listings) 

 | Black Power Mixtape, Independent Lens (Check Local Listings)

 | The Trials of Muhammad Ali, Independent Lens (Check Local Listings)

 | Soul Food Junkies, Independent Lens (Check Local Listings

 | Spies of Mississippi, Independent Lens (Check Local Listings)

 | American Promise, POV (Check Local Listings)

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FEB 1 | Watch the Future of the Arts

FEB 1 | Watch the Future of the Arts

Empowering Ideas for Diversity in the Arts, enjoy the 18th Annual Sphinx Competition!

FEB 17 | Activism Beyond the Hashtag

FEB 17 | Activism Beyond the Hashtag

Join the NAACP and BCC for a discussion about activism in the digital age.

Feb 24 | Sounds of Revolution

Feb 24 | Sounds of Revolution

Join the NAACP and BCC for a discussion about the sounds of revolution.

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