Weaving together a treasure trove of rare footage with the voices of a diverse group of people who were there, Stanley Nelson tells the vibrant story of a pivotal movement as urgent today as it was then.
A black market racketeer and a courageous female translator brought the magic of film to the people, and helped spark a revolution.
War for Guam traces the enduring legacy from World War II in Guam, and how the native people of Guam, the Chamorros, remained loyal to the U.S. under Japanese occupation, only to be later stripped of much of their ancestral lands by the American military.
In March of 1971 a group of citizens broke into a small FBI office in Pennsylvania, took every file, and shared them with the public, exposing the FBI's illegal surveillance program of law-abiding Americans.
Trace 170 years of history — from daguerreotypes in the days of slavery to more modern times — of African Americans in front of, and behind, the camera.
A filmmaker investigates stories of her controversial great-grandfather, former president of Mexico.
Lives of 5 Russians spanning from Soviet childhoods to fall of USSR and into the new Russia.
A longtime feud between the city of Philadelphia and radical urban group MOVE came to a deadly climax.
Visit the unlikely breeding ground for some of America's most creative and defiant music.
See how a secret Mississippi spy agency sought to preserve segregation during the Civil Rights era.
See how two grassroots coalitions fought to turn AIDS from a death sentence into a manageable condition.
In 1988 a group of Vietnamese boat people attempted to flee their country in search of freedom.
Loreta Velazquez, secret soldier of the American Civil War.
Meet kungfu’s black pioneers and heroes who fluorished at the junction of African American and Asian cultures.
Follow this animated history of global efforts to eradicate poverty.
Remembering the beginnings of the AIDS crisis.
Daisy Bates was a feminist before the term was coined.
Part 1: Road to Resistance
Part 2: The New Generation
Part 3: From Selma to Soweto
Part 4: The Bottom Line
Part 5: Free At Last
What do The Sound of Music, Blazing Saddles, and E.T. have in common?
Follow this filmmaker on a humorous campaign to end Black History Month.
A five-part series chronicling the history of the global anti-apartheid movement.
Jessie Little Doe Baird, a Wampanoag linguist, helps her tribe revive its mother tongue.
Enter the video contest and earn a chance to earn great prizes, including tickets to a taping of Austin City Limits.
From the 1920s through World War II, The National Barn Dance unified rural Americans.
Visit an unusual summer camp for young women where they recreate life in the Antebellum South.
Witness a century of defiant victories that impact Mexico to this day.