Eyes on the Prize

The definitive story of the civil rights era from the point of view of the ordinary men and women whose extraordinary actions launched a movement that changed the fabric of American life, and embodied a struggle whose reverberations continue to be felt today. Narrated by political leader and civil rights activist Julian Bond (1940-2015).

EYES ON THE PRIZE | WATCH SUNDAYS 9/8c AND ONLINE & ON THE PBS APP

For My Father's Kingdom

Tongan pensioner Saia Mafile’o and his family are stretched to the breaking point by his commitment and passion to God. The film offers a rich view of how contemporary secular families deal with the rigors of devout Christian tithing, as well as a unique insight into traditional Tongan culture.

PACIFIC HEARTBEAT | MONDAY 8/7c OR ONLINE AND THE PBS APP NOW

Asian American Pacific Islander Stories

This May, WORLD showcases films by & about Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

WATCH, JOIN AND ENGAGE | #AAPIstories

FEATURES & HIGHLIGHTS

Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and AAPI Stories of solidarity, defiance, and humanity with a series of featured documentary films sharing culturally significant stories with our May AAPI Viewing Guide.

Pacific Heartbeat returns in its tenth season with films of football, faith, hula and ohana. The series will draw viewers into the heart and soul of Pacific Island culture by giving a glimpse into the Pacific Islander experience. Follow along with the discussion guide.

Continue to watch EYES ON THE PRIZE, the landmark series on civil rights in America, on television Sundays at 9/8c. The first six episodes are available now for on-demand streaming on PBS Passport.  Get to know the series, episode-by-episode, with our Eyes on the Prize Viewing Guide to learn more about the pivotal moments of the Civil Rights Movement.

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Asian American and Pacific Islander Stories

2021 is the year of appreciation...for the traditions, the cultures, the innovations, and the many voices of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Throughout May, WORLD Channel will share AAPI stories of defiance, solidarity and humanity.

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