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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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Check out these 10 interesting facts about the woman who will be the new face on your $20 bills! http://to.pbs.org/22Oc3hz
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Proud day.❤️
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Tonight on Independent Lens, Wilhemina's War puts a human face on the AIDS crisis in the rural south.
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#MustWatch: "Smithsonian Salutes Ray Charles: In Performance at the White House." Usher, Andra Day, Jussie Smollett, The Band Perry, and more perform tonight at 7PM ET: http://1.usa.gov/21rFF5s

Watch the livestream tonight, and catch it again this Friday on your local PBS Station. Check your local listings.
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Coming to +American Masters PBS this Friday!  Will you be watching?
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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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Today the world lost a creative icon. Rest in Peace. 
 
No words, only tears. Tomorrow night on the PBS show, the best of my conversations with Prince, a musical and artistic genius.
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I saw this interview. He made corrections on rumors spreaded about him.
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We're counting down to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra #ClassicalRoots concert with soprano Laquita Mitchell. 

Catch the Live stream at 8PM ET on Saturday, March 5th: http://to.pbs.org/1p5q3H7
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Take a look Google+ Fam! This is your masterpiece- made with your photos & videos from a month long celebration of #MyBlackHistory: http://to.pbs.org/24x7o7n

Thank you for sharing what Black history and culture looks like in your life. We are inspired!
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A PBS film was the #1 worldwide trending topic on Twitter last night. In case you you missed what everyone was talking about, you can stream The Black Panthers: Vanguard Of The Revolution at http://to.pbs.org/1SxH7lb, or you can watch it using PBS Anywhere apps (pbs.org/anywhere).

What did you think?
The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution sheds light on the Black Panther Party — and all its ...
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