“The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975” Makes It TV Debut Tonight On PBS

"The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975" Makes It TV Debut Tonight On PBS

Ok, seriously folks, by now, I would assume that MOST of you, if not all, have seen The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975; since its Sundance 2011 debut, screenings of the film have occurred around the country; it's been on DVD since early December; it's been available for streaming on Netflix and Amazon.

Surely, you've taken advantage of one of those opportunities to see the documentary. I think we told you about every single one practically.

But if you STILL haven't seen it yet, you'll get a chance to do so tonight – in about 90 minutes actually, when it'll air on PBS' Independent Lens series at 10PM EST/PST.

So all you'll have to do is turn on your TV and switch to PBS (you don't need to have cable TV to get PBS by the way). But check your local listings.

Here's the film's trailer again:

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Comments

Tamara

Loved it.

Tombs

Are you sure they show this on Ch 13 last night? I checked PBS website and it was not listed to show at all.

Peter Darryl Slaughter

I would hope all the people who miss Soul Train and Don C. tune in,plus all those who seem to like all the movies by Tyler Perry tune in for sure

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