BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Alabama Public Television is celebrating Black History Month with a closer look at the lives of Black Americans who have shaped Alabama and American culture and history through civil rights, arts, innovation, and Black excellence. Watch these premieres live on APT and stream our collection on the free PBS App.
Playing This Month
Alabama Public Television Documentaries
Monograph is a docu-series highlighting Alabama’s rich tapestry of creative works and artistic endeavors. The series embraces a multitude of disciplines and human identities, showcasing voices both inside and outside the traditional arts.
Yellowhammer History Hunt
Yellowhammer History Hunt takes students grades 3 – 5 on a journey through Alabama’s past, exploring the places and people that define Alabama today. This digital series is aligned with Alabama State Department of Education standards for 4th graders learning about state history, but may also be useful for older and younger students. Each video in the series includes a selection of educational activities and resources to use in the classroom or at home found here.
Each school year, Alabama Public Television produces one or more Learning Adventures. These webcasts are designed to be live streamed at specific, scheduled times, and feature interactivity. Project C is a 7 part series designed for grades 6-12 that explores the American Civil Rights Movement.