Kansas City PBS explores the richness and complexity of the Black experience with regular content throughout the year. In the month of February, we are proud to offer additional local and national programming in observance of Black History Month, paying tribute to the prejudice and adversity Black Americans have faced throughout the history of the United States.
Tune in all month for special content celebrating the achievements, culture and strength of the Black community. Additional programming is available online or within Kansas City PBS Passport, an on-demand streaming service available to members, that provides access to exclusive programming online and in the PBS Video app.
The Black Church | Premieres Feb. 16, 8 p.m.
Explore the 400-year-old story of the black church in America with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
6 STREETS | Premieres Feb. 18, 7 p.m.
Join KCPBS as the Black Lives Matter Movement comes to life through the power of art.
The Jazz Ambassadors
Airing Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 8 p.m.
Discover how the Cold War and Civil Rights movement collided in a music story of diplomacy.
Land of Opportunity
Land of Opportunity
Read, in chronological order, are some of our most notable curiousKC stories that have focused on Black history in Kansas City. These stories range from famous sports teams and almost forgotten neighborhoods to rich family histories and the ongoing pursuit of social justice.
Kansas City PBS is a non-profit public media organization that serves our community with programming and services designed to educate, inspire, entertain and express a diversity of perspectives. Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is reflected by our expressed goal of mirroring the rich diversity of the communities we serve in our content and in representation among our staff and community partners. For more information on our diversity, equity and inclusion efforts visit our Diversity Page.