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Partners can now choose from diverse selection of PBS films and programs covering wide-ranging topics including race and diversity, social justice, health care, culture, music, democracy, history, the arts, education and civic engagement. Note that users can select only one film at a time. Setting the event date is flexible to meet institutional schedules and needs.
Ted Fujita's groundbreaking work in research and applied science saved thousands of lives.
Asian Americans is a five-hour film series that will chronicle the contributions, and challenges of Asian Americans, the fastest-growing ethnic group in America.
DemocracyCivic EngagementRace and DiversityHistoryCultureSocial Justice
The famous 1938 heavyweight fight between American Joe Louis and German Max Schmeling.
Say His Name: Five Days for George Floyd
Scenes of pain, anger, and hope after George Floyd is murdered by police in Minneapolis.
Latinos are bringing new life, leadership, energy and diversity to the Badger State.
What Welfare Reform Did For Me
Two Wisconsin women and their families navigate Gov. Tommy Thompson's W-2 welfare reform.
Sifting and Winnowing and Film Burning
Hidden camera footage reveals footage exposing housing discrimination in 1962 Madison.
Adelante #2104 – Mil-Walk-Aqui
The title Mas de Mil-Walk-Aqui is a Spanglish play-on-words of the city’s name.
Black Suffrage in Early Wisconsin
Christy Clark-Pujara focuses on the disenfranchisement of black males in early Wisconsin.
DemocracyCivic EngagementHistorySocial JusticeRace and Diversity
Hip-Hop U: The First Wave Scholars
A film exploring the innovative work of students in the UW-Madison First Wave program.
Social JusticeEducationCultureRace and DiversityCivic Engagement
Beloit’s African-American History
Linda Fair explores the contributions of African-Americans in Beloit.
Milwaukee’s Black Churches
Explore the history and cultural impact of Milwaukee's African American community.
Stranded: Migrant Workers in Wisconsin
Learn about the workers who travel north each year to harvest crops in the Midwest.
1968 Martin Luther King Jr Memorial
Martin Luther King, Jr is remembered on April 5, 1968, the day after his assassination.
My Promised Land: Bernice Cooper
Promised Land covers the unique journey of Bernice Cooper who resides in Madison Wisconsin
A Lynching in Marion
A narrator tells his compelling story of a lynching in Marion in vivid detail.
Why Race Matters – Preview
Producer and host, Angela Fitzgerald, connects in conversation with everyday people whose work centers on race, identity and achieving racial equity in the state.
Race and DiversityEducationHealth CareCivic EngagementSocial Justice
Vel Phillips: Dream Big Dreams
The story of civil rights leader Vel Phillips, a woman of many "firsts" in Wisconsin.
Too Many Candles: Milwaukee Gun Violence
Exploration of gun violence in Milwaukee and societal issues as contributing factors.
City Within A City: When Pretty Soon Runs Out
This 1968 documentary explores how urban renewal impacts low-income families in Milwaukee. Includes a panel discussion recorded in November 2020.
Freedom to Work
Explore the challenges facing the Latino community as they enter the Wisconsin workforce.