At a time in American history when uplifting Black voices is necessary for true progress, WORLD honors the past, recognizes the present and eyes the future with hope during Black History Month. Eyes on the Prize returns while four new Local, USA films explore the Black experience in America.
HBCU Week: BEYOND THE FIELD takes you inside the heart of HBCUs. Experience the CIAA in Maryland, a cornerstone of Black athletics history, and feel the electrifying atmosphere of Louisiana's Bayou Classic - an annual showdown between Grambling State and Southern University. The episode offers a unique look beyond sports, highlighting the culture, history, and community spirit that define HBCUs.
Black history is American history. As we renew our collective commitment to lifting up the stories of Black movement makers and culture creators who define our world, we remember the names reshaping people, policies, and perspectives on race in America. Celebrate Black History Month through the stories of leaders, artists, and everyday individuals making waves big, small and extraordinary.
FEATURES & HIGHLIGHTS
This Black History Month, join WORLD in honoring the past, recognizing present-day social movements and eyeing the future with hope. Get a preview what’s new and streaming this February, including the return of Eyes on the Prize, in our viewer’s guide and Black Stories film collection.
Four new films from Local, USA premiere this month, beginning on 2/5 with a modern-day Black history story, In the Bubble with Jaime, exploring democracy and race in America through the 2020 U.S. Senate campaign of Jaime Harrison.
A journey into a brother's memories transform into a tool for reconciliation and healing.
Exploring reparations to illuminate the scope and rationale of this complex debate.
Life can be serious, but when the scars fade, sometimes we can find the funny side.
Every month, WORLD subscribers can watch a new documentary, exclusive to YouTube, exploring how individuals and communities come together to create positive change. Stream on any device, any time.
When we open up to the possibility of love, we can find ourselves at our most vulnerable.
In an era of racial reckoning, a George Washington mural ignites a public art debate.
Local election officials work around the clock to secure the vote and uphold US democracy.
Five female activists run for local office in a grassroots effort to take back their city.
Brings to life compelling stories illuminating the contours of our ever-changing country.
DOC WORLD brings international documentaries from around the globe to a US audience.
Local, USA features fascinating stories of diverse people, curated around a single theme.
Sharing extraordinary tales of what it means to be human.