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“The time is always right to do what is right.” - #MLK
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Amen
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When did the first female black candidate for president start her historic run? Take a guess ... and learn more with #ContendersPBS http://to.pbs.org/2bUHCq8
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If you missed last night's American Black Journal roadshow, which focused on racial attitudes, catch up here: http://bit.ly/2ajegkm ‪#‎OneDetroit‬ +Detroit Public TV 
Watch Detroit Public TV's American Black Journal Special: On the Road - Race Relations on Livestream.com. on July 27, 2016 from 7:30 to 8 p.m. Stephen Henderson, American Black Journal host and editorial page editor of the Detroit Free Press will lead a frank conversation with advocates and community leaders live from Focus: HOPE in Detroit in the wake of recent tragedies in St. Paul, Baton Rouge and Dallas. The conversation will continue online ...
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"I see the tension between African Americans and the police as a gauge of race relations in this country." - Jelani Cobb, staff writer at The New Yorker and +FRONTLINE PBS | Official correspondent.

Tonight: FRONTLINE and Jelani take you inside a police department that's been ordered to reform, in "Policing the Police." http://to.pbs.org/29bQmG9
How do you transform a troubled police department?
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“I was always the greatest when I was fighting for something.” -#MuhammadAli Rest in Peace: 1942 - 2016 http://to.pbs.org/1ssp3yr
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The hands can't hit what the eyes can't see,,"float like a butterfly & sting like a bee(🇷🇺🇲🇧🇱🇪 young man 🇷🇺🇲🇧🇱🇪)!!!!!!
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Take a look at tonight's new episode of #Soundbreaking -- "The World Is Yours" -- dedicated to the discovery of sampling. http://to.pbs.org/2fyK2te
The sixth episode of Soundbreaking looks at a musical revolution that was not only inspired by recording but born from its history: the art of sampling—a kind of musical equivalent of Adam's rib.
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What if #MartinLutherKingJr woke up & asked "what happened since I've been gone"? #BlackAmericaPBS http://to.pbs.org/2fUpqvu
Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise looks at the last five decades of African American history since the major civil rights victories through the eyes of Henry Louis Gates, Jr., exploring the tremendous gains and persistent challenges of these years.
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Very sad news to pass along about our beloved colleague and friend Gwen Ifill. (From +PBS NewsHour) http://to.pbs.org/2fOxSgL
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Always loved watching her show. R.I.P. 😞
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JUST ANNOUNCED: America in Black & Blue, A PBS NewsHour Weekend Special Report, explores the roots of last week's events in Texas, Minnesota and Dallas. See it Friday, July 15th at 9/8c. Join the conversation at ‪#‎AmericaBlackandBluePBS‬
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Talk to them
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On this day in 1967, the U.S. Supreme Court put an end to laws prohibiting interracial marriage in the landmark case of Loving v. Virginia. Revisit their story and other groundbreaking relationships that changed history: http://to.pbs.org/1PmK1Ug
Discover the groundbreaking rulings, cases and people that have shifted social attitudes about interracial relationships and marriage around the world.
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Do we watch the miniseries #Roots differently from those who watched it in 1977? http://to.pbs.org/1WnkP7s
"Roots" actors Leslie Uggams (Kizzy) and LeVar Burton (the young Kunta Kinte) talk about how the min...
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I was ten years old when this first aired, up into that time most Black kids didn't really know that much about slavery, the schools didn't even teach us anything about the subject, the show was a real eye opener.
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A ‪#‎BriefButSpectacular‬ take on being unapologetically Black!
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Being unapologetic in America is a god given(psalm) if you ask me seeing how are people indure some much hardship & perils....To be black in America is a obstacle all by itself,,not to count all the injustice taking place all around us(No Apologies Necessary) One💙love!!!!
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