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Racial Discrimination Segment 8 (02:46)

Rahill was turned away from an apartment in Daytona, Florida because of her skin color. Michael Etienne identifies as Haitian American, and was born in the U.S.  View Video.

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Black Lives Matter Full Video (47:30)

In 2013 in Sanford, Florida, vigilante George Zimmerman was found not guilty of the murder of 17-year-old African American Trayvon Martin. As a result, the struggle against police violence flared up under the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter... View Video.  

#CrimingWhileWhite, #AliveWhileBlack Hashtags Raise Questions About Race and White Privilege Full Video (06:37)

In the wake of Ferguson and the Eric Garner case, these social media trends have sparked a powerful conversation, but can they incite real change?   View Video.

P.S. I Can't Breathe Full Video (20:23)

This program provides a raw, uncensored glimpse into the Millions March NYC immediately AFTER a grand jury deliberated to not indict the officer responsible for Eric Garner's death.  View Video.

Divided City: The Route to Racism Full Video (20:32)

In this ABC News Nightline, the death of Cynthia Wiggins sparks a controversial debate about latent racism in Buffalo, New York, and its suburbs. Wiggins died when struck by a tractor trailer while crossing a major highway to her job... View Video.

Michael Brown Memorial Segment 4 (05:09)

Friends of Brown view Fort Bell as a sacred place. Tour Fort Bellefontaine in St. Louis, Missouri and learn about the history of racism and slavery in America.  View Video.

Massacre at Wounded Knee Segment 9 of 9 (04:09)

At Wounded Knee, white men kill an entire tribe of Sioux. Indian uprisings are squelched. Frederic Remington's paintings lead to deeper respect for Native cultures.  View Video.

Native American Struggles Today Segment 7 (04:44)

Native Americans still struggle with Anglo prejudice and insensitivity. At the same time Native Americans have to adapt to the Anglo world as they also look to rediscover their tribal roots.  View Video.

Our Fires Still Burn: The Native American Experience Full Video (55:56)

This compelling one hour documentary invites viewers into the lives of contemporary Native Americans. It dispels the myth that American Indians have disappeared from the American horizon, and reveals how they continue to persist,...  View Video.

David Henry Hwang Full Video (21:40)

David Henry Hwang has experienced stereotyping firsthand. Today, he dedicates his work as a successful dramatist to dispelling those hackneyed portrayals of Asian-Americans that he encountered in his youth.  View Video.

Understanding Different Cultural Values and Styles Full Video (36:45)

This program refutes the melting pot theory, explaining that employees do not—and should not be expected to—set aside their particular cultural values when they come to work.  View Video.

American Indian Experience Segment 3 (02:43)

Alexie explains that Native Americans have greater challenges than any other racial or ethnic group in the U.S. Americans should know that tribes exist as separate political and economic entities, and he believes education is crucial for...  View Video.

A Class Divided Full Video (55:23)

After the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., an elementary school teacher in a small Iowa town decided to introduce ideas about racism and discrimination to her all-white class. This classic Frontline episode recounts Jane Elliott’s bold... View Video.

Anatomy of Prejudice: Jane Elliott's Seminar on Race Full Video (48:34)

She may be an overzealous crusader. She may be on a power trip. Then again, maybe Jane Elliott has pioneered a truly honest and viable way to talk about racial prejudice—a way in which white people and people of color can explore the subject...  View Video.

Implicit Bias Full Video (04:07)

This video gives educators strategies on how to check and prevent implicit bias.  View Video.

Institutional Racism Full Video (02:40)

Professor of Sociology and Public Policy Dalton Conley talks about the forces that perpetuate racism, even when there is no particular racial motivation in mind. In many cases, Professor Conley notes, there is no awareness that race plays... View Video.

Racial Bias Segment 12 (04:50)

Panelists argue the validity of the studies indicating the death penalty disproportionately affects African-Americans. Blecker says the race effect in the death penalty occurs where it is defined.  View Video.

Systemic Racism Segment 4 (04:11)

In 1933, the Public Works Administration built segregated housing in integrated cities. In the 1940s, Federal Housing subsidized suburban homes for white families; industries followed them out of urban areas.  View Video.

Prejudice: The Eye of the Beholder Full Video (03:01)

Social psychologist Mahzarin Banaji continues her discussion of prejudice and racial bias. Dr. Banaji explains that the data gathered from experiments tells us that, ". . .  View Video.

Trail of Tears Full Video (22:57)

This emotional documentary dramatically re-tells the story of the Trail of Tears, the brutal relocation of Native Americans from their homelands in the East to Indian Territory in present-day Oklahoma. Men, women, and children were...  View Video.

The Chinese Exclusion Act Full Video (02:40:15)

On May 6th, 1882—on the eve of the greatest wave of immigration in American history—President Chester A. Arthur signed into law a unique piece of federal legislation. Called the Chinese Exclusion Act, it singled out as never before... View Video.

Stories of Japanese-American Incarceration—Part 1 Full Video (56:49)

In 1942, President Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 that cleared the way for the incarceration of Japanese Americans in U.S. confinement camps. Men, women, and children of Japanese ancestry were evicted from the...  View Video.

The Price of Racism Full Video (49:29)

This program brings viewers face-to-face with the mindless ugliness and irrevocable consequences of racism. Examining five case studies in which racism led to violence, we see how each act destroyed not only its victim, but others as well, ... View Video.

Rosewood Massacre of 1923 Segment 8 (02:04)

In 1923 false allegations against a black man by a white woman led to an attack on an entire black neighborhood by a white lynch mob. Many residents fled, but the neighborhood was destroyed and the death toll remains unknown.  View Video.