PBS Black Culture Connection

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PBS Wisconsin Presents

MLK 2020 Tribute: Highlights

Wisconsin's 40th annual MLK tribute and ceremony celebrate Dr. King's life and legacy through words and music. Dr. Jonathan Øverby hosted this year's event from the Capitol rotunda in Madison on Jan. 20, 2020.

Wisconsin Life : Wis. Life Host Joins Black Arts MKE Performing Arts Camp

Wis. Life Host Joins Black Arts MKE Performing Arts Camp

Wisconsin Life host Angela Fitzgerald joins Black Arts MKE Performing Arts Summer Camp.

Wisconsin Life : ``See Line Woman`` with ``I Want You Back``

``See Line Woman`` with ``I Want You Back``

Students collaborate to perform their favorite songs by black composers.

Wisconsin Life : Evelyn Patricia Terry

Evelyn Patricia Terry

Evelyn Patricia Terry lives and showcases art in Milwaukee’s most-troubled neighborhoods.

Something About a Flower

Something About a Flower

The Fortune We Share
The animated story adaptation of the comic strip “Something About a Flower,” written by Rodney Lambright II about a family's traditional Sunday dinner that takes an unexpected turn. This tale, ``The Fortune We Share,`` expresses the power of giving and its impact on the community through the eyes of a young girl.
Hip-Hop U

Hip-Hop U

The First Wave Scholars
Hip-Hop U features the story of the University of Wisconsin-Madison First Wave scholarship program. The new WPT documentary explores how the pioneering program empowers students to pursue a degree while developing their skills in the hip-hop art forms of spoken word, rap, writing, poetry, singing, producing and acting.
University Place : Black Suffrage in Early Wisconsin

Black Suffrage in Early Wisconsin

Christy Clark-Pujara focuses on the disenfranchisement of black males in early Wisconsin.

WPT Documentaries : Vel Phillips: Dream Big Dreams

Vel Phillips: Dream Big Dreams

The story of civil rights leader Vel Phillips, a woman of many ``firsts`` in Wisconsin.

University Place : Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South

Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South

Mark Speltz shares photos of unrest in northern cities during the 1960s Civil Rights era.

Here and Now : Noon Wednesday with guest Rep. David Crowley

Noon Wednesday with guest Rep. David Crowley

Rep. David Crowley, D-Milwaukee, is the new chair of the WI Legislative Black Caucus.

Here and Now : Noon Wednesday with guest Sabrina Madison

Noon Wednesday with guest Sabrina Madison

Dane County-based Sabrina Madison, a self-described “socialpreneur,`` joins us this week.

Here and Now : Inequality in Wisconsin's Workplace

Inequality in Wisconsin's Workplace

Samba Baldeh and Tania Ibarra discuss diversity in Wisconsin's workplaces.

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