City 12 Documentary & Special Programming - February 2015

The Documentaries listed below will air on City 12 during the following timeslots:

Monday-Friday: 7pm and 10pm
Sundays: 10pm

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 1 SUN            10pm-   Independent Lens #1313 “Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock”

 2 MON            7pm-   African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross #101  1/6 

                   10pm-   Underground Railroad: The William Still Story                    

  3TUES           7pm-   An Evening with Gwen Ifil

                        10pm-   The Black Kungfu Experience                              

 4 WED            7pm-  Independent Lens #1314 “The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975” (90 Minutes)

                         10pm-  Independent Lens #1511 “Spies of Mississippi”                   

 5 THURS         7pm-  Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP

                         10pm-  Genealogy Roadshow #203 “New Orleans Board of Trade”                                    

 6 FRI                7pm- The Reconstruction of Asa Carter

                         10pm-  An Evening with Gwen Ifil               

8 SUN            10pm-   Independent Lens #1315 “More Than a Month”

 9 MON            7pm-  African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross #102  2/6 

                        10pm- Colored Frames

10 TUES          7pm-  An Evening with Ursula Burns

                        10pm-  The Hines Farm Blues Club                                                                

11 WED           7pm-  Slavery by Another Name (90 Minutes)

                        10pm-  Independent Lens #1515 “Brothers Hypnotic”

12 THUR         4pm-  Rochester City Council Committee Meeting (Replays: 12pm Sat. 2/14)

                  7pm-  State of the City Address

                        10pm-  Genealogy Roadshow #202 “St. Louis – Union Station”    

13 FRI             7pm- Stokes: An American Dream

                         7:30pm- The Lost Years of Zora Neale Hurston

                        10pm-  An Evening with Ursula Burns         

15 SUN           10pm-    Independent Lens #1405 “Soul Food Junkies”

16 MON          7pm-   African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross #103  3/6 

                        10pm-  The Gettysburg Story          

17 TUES         7pm-    Independent Lens #1516 “The Trials of Muhammad Ali” (90 Minutes)

                 10pm-    The Editor and the Dragon: Horace Carter Fights the Clan                                                   

18 WED         7pm-    One Night in March

                      7:30pm-    Rochester City Council Meeting (Replays: 12pm Saturday 2/21)  

                       10pm-   Independent Lens #1521 “The New Black”                                   

19 THURS       7pm-   Locked Out: The Fall of Massive Resistance

                        10pm-   Genealogy Roadshow #205 “Philadelphia – Historical Society of Pennsylvania”  

20 FRI            7pm-   Wilder: An American First

                        10pm-   An Evening with Valerie Simpson in Honor of Nick Ashford                      

22 SUN          10pm-   Independent Lens #1408 “The Powerbroker: Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights”

23 MON          7pm-   African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross #104  4/6 

                       10pm-   What Color is the News? The Coverage of Race in America                                 

24 TUES         7pm-   An Evening with Vernon Jordan

                       10pm-  Death and Politics at Attica

25 WED          7pm-   Independent Lens #1518 “A Fragile Trust:

                            Plagiarism, Power and Jayson Blair at the New York Times/Lies” (90 Minutes)

                       10pm-   Independent Lens #1609 “American Denial”            

26 THURS      7pm-  Musical Threads: Expressions of a People

                       10pm-   Genealogy Roadshow #207 “Best of Genealogy Roadshow”

27 FRI            7pm-   Ripple of Hope

                       10pm-   An Evening with Vernon Jordan

February 2015
*Black History Month
February 16th – President's Day

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