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Black History Resources

Listed below are some movies that are excellent resources for Black History Month, whether shown to a group or watched on your own.

This is only a few of the great movies available that tell the story of the black experience in America.  Check online for more options.

1. Harriet   

     DVD and amazon prime video streaming

2. Chisholm 72 Unbought and Unbossed; 

     DVD and amazon prime video streaming

3. American Heritage Series: Black Patriots 

      DVD and amazon prime video streaming

4. Citizen King 

      DVD and PBS website streaming

5. Eyes on the Prize: American Civil Rights Movement 1954-1965

      DVD and PBS website streaming

6. Let Freedom Sing: How Music Inspired the Civil Rights Movement

      DVD and amazon prime video streaming

7. The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution documentary  

      DVD and PBS website streaming

8. Tell them We are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities

      DVD and amazon prime streaming and PBS website streaming

9. Freedom Summer Mississippi 1964 

      DVD and amazon prime video streaming

10. The Abolitionists

        DVD and amazon prime video streaming 

11. I Am Not Your Negro

        DVD, amazon prime video streaming

12. A Great Day in Harlem: documentary of Jazz musician photo

        DVD and music cd from the film

13. Who Killed Malcom X 

        DVD, Netflix streaming

14. Something the Lord Made:  Vivien Thomas Black Pioneer in Medicine  

         DVD and HBO thru amazon prime

15. Hidden Figures

       DVD and amazon prime video streaming

16. Black America Since MLK And Still I Rise

       DVD, amazon prime video streaming and YouTube

17. Tuskegee Airmen  

        DVD and amazon prime video streaming

18. Only the Ball was White: The Negro Baseball League documentary  

        DVD

19. 10,000 Black Men Named George  

        DVD

20. Frontline: Two Nations of Black America with Henry Louis Gates Jr.

       DVD