Thursday, May 20 & 27 at 7pm
Join us for two screenings of episodes from this provocative series about the criminal justice system, followed by engaging live conversations.
To help citizens better understand racial issues challenging our nation, MPT has curated a selection of programs and educational materials. We hope these resources provide insight and promote understanding.
Monday, May 10 at 9pm
The Passing On
Monday, May 17 at 9pm
The Talk: Race in America
Monday, May 24 at 9pm
POV: 15 to Life: Kenneth's Story
Taped March 31
VIRTUAL screening and panel discussion.
A special event honoring the legacy of Black women suffragists and its impact on the leaders of today.
Historically Black Colleges and Universities
A special slate of programming about HBCUs. With documentaries, conversations with esteemed leaders from the HBCU community, a virtual screening, and more.
For additional book recommendations, check out An Anti-Racist Reading List, compiled for the New York Times by Ibram X. Kendi, founder of the Antiracist Research & Policy Center at American University, and head of the new Boston University Center for Antiracist Research.
Having tough conversations about current and historical events focused on racism, nationwide protests, and racial bias is challenging, uncomfortable - and necessary. Explore our collection of digital resources, booklists, lesson plans, and more to help students, teachers, and families learn more about race, where and how injustice and inequality operate in society, and ways to take action for equity and inclusion.