A Message from KCET: We Support the Black Community | KCET
A Message from KCET: We Support the Black Community
This has been an emotional, powerful and historic week. We wanted to take a moment to share with you—our viewers and supporters—where we stand and what we can offer.
KCET supports and stands with the Black community and all communities of color. We are committed to diversity and inclusion in our programming. We believe in creating a Southern California where people are inspired to learn more about each other, do more to solve societal issues, and become their best possible selves.
We will continue to share trusted local and national news and resources for both our adult and younger audiences, provide historical information to contextualize the current moment, and amplify community voices.
In the interest of that commitment, you’ll find details here on a new PBS NewsHour special airing June 6 at 7 p.m., "Race Matters: America in Crisis," and below, additional programs to stream that highlight the work of Black filmmakers, and stories that examine inequality.
In the wake of tragic and fatal events between people of color and law enforcement, learn how black and Hispanic families counsel their kids to stay safe if they are stopped by the police. Watch now.
In this three-part series, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. presents the definitive history of the transformative years following the American Civil War, when the nation struggled to rebuild itself amidst profound loss, massive destruction and revolutionary social change. Watch now.
In this four-part series, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. embarks on a personal journey through the last fifty years of African American history. Joined by leading scholars, celebrities, and a cast of people who shaped these years, Gates journeys from the victories of the civil rights movement up to today, asking profound questions about the state of Black America — and our nation as a whole. Watch Now.
Step inside the Newark Police Department — one of many troubled forces ordered to reform. Writer and historian Jelani Cobb examines allegations of police abuses and the challenge of fixing a broken relationship with the community. Watch now.
This six-hour series chronicles the full sweep of African-American history, from the origins of slavery on the African continent through more than four centuries of remarkable historic events up to the present. Watch now.
Los Angeles County health officials announced Nov. 23 a record-high daily number of cases that is expected to trigger a more sweeping stay-at-home order.
Can Online Avatars Define Us? Animator Jenna Caravello Dives Into This, the Art of Online Storytelling and Pepe the Frog
Meet Jenna Caravello, the mind-bendingly creative brain who uses video games, interactive installations and animated short films as ways to help us make sense of memory, loss and meaning.
Distributing the COVID-19 vaccines now being developed is shaping up to be the largest and most complex public health effort in L.A. County's history, and concerns are growing that officials are already falling behind, it was reported Nov. 20.
Kai Anderson’s eye-catching, multi-colored, hand-drawn thematic maps have developed a cult following in conservation circles in the American West. He walks us through a map he created of Sen. Harry Reid's major environmental campaigns.
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