Celebrate Black History & Culture

Celebrate Black History & Culture

Celebrate Black History & Culture
  • Butter + Brown

    3 seasons

    Hosts Seth and Leslie show creative ways to cook with ingredients viewers likely have on hand. Episodes of this series contain mixology segments involving alcohol. Viewer discretion is advised. TV-PG

  • Let Freedom Sing


    In the revolution of music and culture, explore voices ranging from the Mississippi Freedom Riders to Grammy-winning artists who create music capable of moving a nation.Viewer Discretion Advised.TV-14

  • The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin Live


    Marking Black History Month, singer Kirk Franklin leads this concert honoring great African-American leaders. TV-G

  • Icons, Idols & Influencers

    1 season

    A candid look at some of the biggest tastemakers.

  • Freedom


    Experience the world that inspired the great hymn "Amazing Grace"! Samuel Woodward and his family escape from slavery in 1856 and travel north along the Underground Railroad to freedom. A century earlier, his own great-grandfather journeys toward slavery in America aboard John Newton's ship. What...

  • Life of a King


    Based on the inspiring and uplifting true story of Eugene Brown, an ex-convict who teaches a group of troubled youth chess to help give them direction in life.

  • Tracee Ellis Ross

    Chris Spencer and actress Tracee Ellis Ross swap stories and share laughs.

  • Magic Johnson

    Magic Johnson gives a master class in business and investing, while also getting personal about his family, his faith, sports, and the competitive spirit that drives him. TV-G

  • Regina Hall

    Regina Hall sits down with Chris Spencer for an honest and hilarious conversation.

  • Mahalia Jackson: The Power and the Glory


    Paul Winfield narrates a profile of the gospel singer; with the Rev. Jesse Jackson, Studs Terkel, George Avakian.

  • Hope Village


    Having watched her family disappear into alcohol and drugs until she, too, found herself caught in the web of addiction, Lucy is now on a journey of self-empowerment to save others. TV-PG

  • MLK: Historical Perspective


    Film footage and photographs document the leader's impact on the civil rights movement.

  • Mully


    Based on the true story of a man whose stratospheric rise to wealth leaves him questioning his own existence, Mully sets out to enrich orphaned children across Kenya. Viewer Discretion Advised. TV-14

  • Kunta Kinteh Island
    Movie + 1 extra

    Kunta Kinteh Island

    Movie + 1 extra

    Kunta Kinteh Island chronicles the pride, strength and journey of the most celebrated captive African, Kunta Kinteh.

  • Undivided


    A documentary following a suburban church that unites with an at-risk high school in Portland to create a viable institution of learning and inspiration for students, staff and volunteers. TV-G

  • Unsolved History: Life of a King


    This ground-breaking documentary explores the unanswered questions surrounding Reverend A.D. King's death just 15 months after the assassination of his brother, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. TV-PG

  • The Ride


    In this short film, a young woman receives profound life advice from a stranger. TV-G

  • Endangered


    Chanel and Malik are on their way to the gender reveal party for their first child. While excited as expecting parents, they also fear the challenges their black son or daughter may encounter. TV-PG

  • Free to Dance


    Free To Dance is a documentary that traces the journey of Bishop Paul S. Morton and the formation of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship.

  • Unboxed With Nikki Chu

    2 seasons

    Celebrity designer Nikki Chu helps a fan transform his or her space. Each fan will have to choose between two mystery boxes containing a curated set of inspiration samples.

  • Barry Brewer: Chicago, I'm Home


    This special is the culmination of Barry's life experiences interwoven with his years as a comic.

  • From Fatherless To Fatherhood


    Filmmaker Kobie Brown explores the effects of a father's absence on children and possible solutions to fix the issue.

  • The Light of Freedom


    It is the year 1861 and President Lincoln has called for 75,000 men to join the Union Army. As the Civil War begins, another battle has been raging for decades. It is the fight for freedom.

  • Before The Border


    Rated TV-PG. On the verge of finishing her law degree, hardworking Sam (Khadijjah Mote) is conned into a chase to the Canadian border. Her odyssey goes viral after her spoiled competitor Tarquin (Delon de Metz) offers up a bounty for her captured notebook. Using the same modes of transportation r...