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A Defining Moment

A Defining Moment follows the journey of four of the famed heroic Tuskegee Airmen as they converge in Washington, DC for the historic inauguration of the first African-American president of the United States, and includes HD footage of never before seen interviews with Tuskegee Airmen Dabney Montgomery, Calvin Spann, Eugene Richardson and William Fauntroy.


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The Tuskegee Trilogy

The Tuskegee Trilogy uncovers the extraordinary story of the courageous Tuskegee Airmen, the pioneering group of African-American pilots and servicemen determined to join the fight during WWII. The series, which includes Resurrecting Moton Field, Flying For Freedom, and A Defining Moment, will take you from beginning to end of their journey and sharing their dreams, struggles, and inspiration.


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Paul Mooney: It's the End of the World
Paul Mooney: It’s the End of the World features Paul Mooney’s racy and racially-charged stand-up act. One of America’s most irreverent and controversial stand-up comics, Mooney lives up to his reputation as an equal-opportunity offender. Includes both the one-hour version broadcast on the Showtime® network, as well as a special extended, uncensored version and one-of-a-kind bonus features.


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A Colored Life
A Colored Life is an honest, entertaining, and often humorous look at a charismatic personality who used his light complexion to survive--and thrive--in both the black and white worlds.


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Black History Uncovered
Black History Uncovered is a series that explores inspiring and untold stories in the African American legacy as seen through a contemporary perspective. The series currently includes: Rising from the Rails: The Story of the Pullman Porter, In the Shadow of Hollywood: Race Films & The Birth of Black Cinema, Flying for Freedom: Untold Stories of the Tuskegee Airmen; A Colored Life: The Herb Jeffries Story, The Real Great Debaters, Resurrecting Moton Field, The Unveiling: A Celebration at Moton Field and The Good Fight: James Farmer Remembers the Civil Rights Movement , A Defining Moment.


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Bodacious Boots
Bodacious Boots is high-spirited ode to the Western cowboy boot, exploring the qualities of art, history and culture that elevate this humble piece of footwear into an object of art and American icon. 


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Flying for Freedom
Flying for Freedom uncovers the personal stories and fading memories of some of the few remaining “Tuskegee Airmen,” African American pilots, mechanics, and servicemen who served valiantly in World War II, only to return home to a beloved country that yet refused to treat them as equals.


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The Good Fight
A relentless leader, a dynamic speaker, and a forceful organizer, James Farmer was one of the first civil rights activists to use nonviolent direct action to fight for dignity and justice. Yet at what cost? His own family suffered from his frequent absences, prison stays, and threats made on his life. The Good Fight chronicles Farmer’s life from his earliest days as a “Great Debater” at Wiley College to his legacy teaching a new generation of students about the movement that shaped a country.


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In the Shadow of Hollywood
In the Shadow of Hollywood: Race Movies in America captures the sounds and images of a nearly-forgotten era in film history when African American filmmakers and studios created “race movies” exclusively for black audiences.


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Portrait of Abuse
Portrait of Abuse: An American Epidemic is a compelling and revealing story that not only raises our social awareness of the far reaching effects and cycles of domestic violence, but it digs into the psyche of both victim and the abuser. 


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The Power of Harmony
The Power of Harmony, through the personal experiences of a gay men’s chorus, takes an intimate look at controversial issues of the day: coming out and gay marriage, religious views on homosexuality, and gay adoption.


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The Real Great Debaters of Wiley College
The Real Great Debaters of Wiley College, tells the inspiring true story of how in 1935 a debate team from a small black college in the Jim Crow South managed, against all odds, to defeat the all-white reigning national championship team.


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Race Car Driver - Season One
Race Car Driver takes you on a spin through the adrenaline fueled world of the Champ Car World Series as 19 fiercely determined drivers battle for the season championship on world class racetracks across the United States, Mexico, Canada and Australia.

Each episode of Season I is filled with intense rivalries, touching friendships, bitter defeats, and triumphant rewards. Race Car Driver delves into the private lives of top competitors like Sebastien Bourdais, Paul Tracy, Jimmy Vasser and Oriol Servia, and discovers that these speed demons play as hard as they race, savoring the exclusive lifestyles and expensive toys they earn.


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Race Car Driver - Season Two
Race Car Driver is back for another action-packed season in the Champ Car World Series! The relentless, hard-charging TV series puts you in the driver’s seat in the high-pressure, international world of precision auto racing!

In Season II, Team Forsythe is on the hunt again with racing legend Paul Tracy behind the wheel, taking on returning champion Sebastien Bourdais, fighting off familiar competitors like AJ Allmendinger and Alex Tagliani, and sizing up rookies like the series’ only female driver, Katherine Legge. The pressure is on and when the dust settles, only one team can claim the ultimate prize – The Vanderbilt Cup.


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Resurrecting Moton Field
Resurrecting Moton Field captures the explosive times, the legendary tales and the unbelievable triumphs of the young black men who traveled to this rural strip of land and became the celebrated Tuskegee Airmen.


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Rising from the Rails
Based on the best-selling book by Larry Tye, this high-definition documentary chronicles the relatively unheralded Pullman Porters, generations of African American men who served as caretakers to wealthy white passengers on luxury trains that traversed the nation in the golden age of rail travel.


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Shock
Told through the gripping personal stories of a dozen people who underwent electroconvulsive therapy for treatment of severe depression and bipolar disorder (including former Massachusetts First Lady Kitty Dukakis), Shock explores the myths and realities behind one of the most contentious medical treatments in history.


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Stop the Presses
Stop the Presses, examines the threat posed to democracy by the slashing of jobs and other resources at American newspapers. With readers and advertisers flocking to the Internet and stockholders demanding ever-increasing profits, the future of print journalism’s crucial role as chief public watchdog is under assault. Top editors, reporters, media critics and journalism professors discuss how newspapers got into this situation and how “dead-tree” newspapers might remake themselves for the online age.


Unveiling: Celebrating Moton Field

The Unveiling: A Celebration at Moton Field
The Unveiling: A Celebration at Moton Field, captures the celebratory events surrounding the opening of the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site in Tuskegee, Alabama.


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Woman Driver
Woman Driver; takes us on a roller-coaster ride through the trials and tribulations of Katherine Legge’s journey to become the first female race car driver in the Champ Car World Series of Racing, taking us from her humble beginnings through the grueling mental and physical challenges of proving herself in a male-dominated sport.