Martin Luther King, Jr.

A wide variety of Black History programming is airing on NNPS-TV in February.

Educational shows about the American Civil War, Reconstruction, and the struggle for Civil Rights are highlighted.

An episode of "Great American Speeches" focuses on John F. Kennedy's and Martin Luther King, Jr. 's "Promises and Dreams."

"Famous African-Americans" explores important contributions made by Frederick Douglass, Thurgood Marshall, Coretta Scott King, and others.

Features in the realm of science include programs from NASA: one about African-American Leadership and one called "Trailblazers - The Story of a Tuskegee Airman."

"A Tribute to David C. Driskell" is the National Gallery of Art's four-part series exploring the life and work of the preeminent African-American Art scholar who died in 2020.

Additionally, episodes of a student-produced show called, "A Black History Moment," will air this month. They feature biographical infomation about figures in African-American history.

See the NNPS-TV Program Guide for more.


NNPS-TV can be seen on Cox Channel 47, Verizon Fios 17, and via livestream on Roku and Apple TV, and on the NNPS-TV app.

The webstream may be seen online at

There is also a livestream on the NNPS-TV video site.

NNPS-TV Program Guide