This six-hour PBS series explores the evolution of the African-American people, as well as the multiplicity of cultural institutions, political strategies, and religious and social perspectives they developed - forging their own history, culture and society against unimaginable odds.
Trailer for the documentary The Black List: Volume One.
Journalist Elvis Mitchell interviews twenty-two African American leaders, ranging from athletes and academics to politicians, social activists, and artists, providing a series of living portraits-a unique glimpse into the zeitgeist of black America-and redefining traditional notions of a 'blacklist'.
From PBS: After 1968, African Americans set out to build a bright future on the foundation of the civil rights movement's victories, but a growing class disparity threatened to split the black community.
Alicia and will must decide whether to represent a VIP massage therapist who accuses a Nobel Peace Prize winner of sexual assault.
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The winner is announced in the competition between Alicia and Cary.
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A Conversation About Citigroup With Steven Pearlstein Of "The Washington Post" || A Conversation With Vernon Jordan, Author, "Make It Plain"
A Conversation From November 1, 2001, With Author Vernon Jordan On His Memoir Vernon Can Read. He Discusses The Challenges He Has Faced As An African American, The Influence The Civil Rights Movement, And His Success As A Lawyer, Trusted Political Adviser, And Investment Banker.
David Martin, The Pentagon Correspondent For Cbs News, And Michael Gordon, The Chief Military Reporter For The New York Times, Provide An Update On The Military Effort In Afghanistan, And Agree That The Pentagon'S Ground-War Plan Is Slowing. Next, A Discussion With Author Vernon Jordan About His Life And His Book, Vernon Can Read.
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