Want to better understand what it means to be Black in America? Listen to the words — and, in this case, watch the films — of those who live it every day.
Black Godfather of Scuba
Follows the extraordinary life and mission of Dr. Albert Jose "Doc" Jones, a marine biologist, war veteran, and diving pioneer who co-founded the National Association of Black Scuba Divers.
Three generations of a Kansas City are finally allowed to do something that countless African Americans before them could not do: choose their own last name.
The Barber of Little Rock
Explores America?s widening racial wealth gap through the story of Arlo Washington: a local barber who founded the nonprofit community bank People Trust.
The search for an African American veteran separated from his Japanese American friend during the Vietnam War more than 50 years ago.