“Hearts & Hands Together” examines Black History Month with an eye toward measuring progress in America and the challenges that remain.
It features segments from the Martin Luther King National Historical Park in Atlanta and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.
The program features historical artifacts and displays plus interviews with those involved in the fight against discrimination.
It also reviews the tragedies of the past and provides hope for the future.
Dr. Bernice A. King was five years old when her father was assassinated in 1968.
More than 50 years later, she is the CEO of the King Center in Atlanta. For the first time since the pandemic began two years ago, Dr. King participated in a one-on-one in person interview for a special program, “The Conversation with Dr. Bernice A. King.”