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What To Watch: A Viewing Guide

2/14/2011 12:01 AM Eastern

A selection of original cable content set to debut in concert with
Black History Month, from Feb. 14 to 28:

FEB. 14-18

Way Black When (special)
TV One

FEB. 18

Africa First: Behind the Cameras (special)
Africa Channel

Saint Louis Blues (film)
Africa Channel

FEB. 19

Alonzo Bodden: Who’s Paying Attention? (special)
Showtime

12th Annual BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Music Awards (special)
GMC

FEB. 20

The Color Orange:
The Condredge
Holloway Story

(documentary)
ESPN

Wendell Scott:
A Race Story

(documentary)
ESPN

Obama in Ghana (special)
Centric

FEB. 21

BET Honors (special)
BET

FEB. 22

Mississippi Damned (film)
Showtime

Nick News: Beyond I
Have a Dream
(special)
TeenNick

FEB. 25

The Abyss Boys (film)
Africa Channel


Pumzi [Breath] (film)
Africa Channel


The Tunnel (film)
Africa Channel

Still Bill (documentary)
Showtime

FEB. 26

The Ideal Husband (special)
GMC

Bruce Bruce: Losin’ It (special)
Showtime

Feb. 27

AfriCOBRA: Art for the
People
(special)
TV Land

Networks are also running programming vignettes
celebrating Black History Month throughout February:

MODERN BLACK HISTORY HEROES (BET):

Each week in February, BET’s music-countdown show
106 & Park will profile a current community leader and
invite its audience to submit their own modern black
history hero.

‘WHAT MATTERS’ VIGNETTES (ESPN):

ESPN will air 12 sports-related vignettes featuring
future athletes from high school and college as
they pursue their dreams and overcome obstacles.

September