PBS American Portrait
Episode 4 | 54m 51s
In the fourth episode of PBS American Portrait, go inside the lives of people working to create an antiracist American future. They film themselves doing the hard work, confronting the obstacles and achieving the small victories that could add up to real change in the movement for racial justice.
Aired: 01/26/21 | Expires: 01/25/29 |
Extras From This Episode
An Activist Fears For Her Family's Safety
Clip: Ep4 | 1m 2s
An Activist Shares Their Journey
Clip: Ep4 | 3m 3s
Confronting The History Of Racial Violence In America
Clip: Ep4 | 2m 28s
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