In the fourth episode of PBS American Portrait, go inside the lives of people working to create an antiracist American future. They film themselves doing the hard work, confronting the obstacles and achieving the small victories that could add up to real change in the movement for racial justice.
Remix: For My People
A crowd-sourced poem titled, Remix: For My People.
A Playwright Hopes To Start A Dialogue About Race
A Vietnamese-American playwright hopes to start a dialogue about racism through her art.
Confronting The History Of Racial Violence In America
People across the country confront the history of racial violence in America.
Ending Police Brutality In Utah
Lex, founder of BLM Utah, is determined to get her Police Reform Platform passed.
People Share The Importance Of Self Care
Americans share how self care helped them get through the uncertainties of 2020.
An Activist Shares Their Journey
An activist explains how they got involved in the Black Lives Matter movement.
A Student Advocates To Keep Police Out Of Schools
A student makes the case for the removal of school resource officers.
Sisters Explain How Their Identity Influences Their Activism
Twin sisters explain how the different facets of their identity affect their activism.
An Activist Fears For Her Family's Safety
Lex has faced threats agains herself and her family due to her activism work.
Making Schools Safe For All Students
Ellen has dedicated herself to fighting to end corporal punishment in schools.
A Housing Rights Activist Shares Her Story
A housing rights activist advocates to fill vacant public housing units.