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Henry Louis Gates Jr. Wins Peabody Award For “Many Rivers To Cross” Documentary

Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr.— who served as executive producer, host, and writer for "The African-Americans: Many Rivers to Cross" —learned this week that his six-part documentary won the highest honor in broadcasting: a Peabody Award. "This is a great victory of all of us that love African-American history and those of us that want to see it become an explicably intertwined part of American culture," Gates said in a statement on TheRoot.com. "This took five years and is a great victory for our ancestors and their sacrifices, and they should be celebrated every day in a school curriculum, and my hope is that the DVD will be used in every classroom from kindergarten to college." For the first time in its 73 year history, the Peabodys were announced live on television. CBS This... Read More →

New PBS Series, “Many Rivers To Cross,” Explores The Depth Of African-American History

If you follow Henry Louis Gates Jr. on Twitter or Facebook, you are probably already privy to the bevy of heavy hitters he has recruited for his new PBS series, "The African Americans: Many Rivers To Cross," premiering Oct 21. The six-part documentary features names as varied as the Black Panther Party's Kathleen Cleaver to Roots' drummer Questlove. Gates has mentioned that he is particularly proud of procuring the insights of General Colin Powell. The chair of the Anisfield-Wolf book awards serves executive producer, host and writer for the series, using his unparalleled knowledge of African-American history (and access to some of the nation's foremost historians) to flesh out what most history books only skim. The series aspires to document the entire 500-year history of... Read More →
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