Engaging exploration delves into the complexities of slavery and freedom in...
Professor Gates explores the mysteries, surprises and revelations hidden in the family trees of popular figures. Catch up on the latest season with episodes streaming now on GPB.org.
On the third Saturday of almost every month, a group of black women gathers in a room at a local library in Decatur to keep an age-old craft alive in the 21st century. Read more in this week's News Round-up.
One of the things I would always end a phone call with Buddy or his...
Black History Month is celebrated each year in the United States during the month of February to coincide with the birthday of President Abraham Lincoln on February 12 and Frederick Douglass on February 14.
Join PBS Teachers on January 29, 2020 at 7 PM EST for a special one-hour conversation with Dr. Henry Louis Gates.
Newly identified keys help unlock the true story of Leo Frank’s 1915 lynching for the murder of Mary Phagan.
National Association of Economic Educators presents GPB personal finance game with coveted Gold Award.
Lesson plans, activity suggestions, interactives and video clips based on Ken Burns’s documentaries are now available in a hub for free to 6-12th grade GA educators
The animated series, Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum, will feature historical heroes starting November 11.
Gobble up these free lesson plans, activities, and more!
Engaging exploration delves into the complexities of slavery and freedom in antebellum Savannah through the lens of the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters
Annual Jackson Charitable Foundation pledge contest to award $10,000 to a winning school, plus $1,000 to a local charity of students’ choice
C-SPAN invites all middle and high school students to enter the contest, which awards $100,000 in cash prizes.