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American Archive of Public Broadcasting 

The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) (americanarchive.org) is a collaboration between the Library of Congress and WGBH Educational Foundation in Boston to coordinate a national effort to preserve and make accessible public media's historically significant programming.

The AAPB provides a digital, streaming resource of over 47,000 public radio and television programs over the past 70+ years. These programs provide students and educators with primary and secondary resources covering topics from the 18th century to today. These programs have been curated into exhibits on civil rights, climate change, protesting in America, the Watergate hearings, and more!

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Press Play on History: Unlocking 70 Years of Primary Source Materials for Distance Learning with AAPB
Join Benjamin Leff and Ryn Marchese of The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) and Share My Lesson to Press Play on History. Available Now...
 "PBS NewsHour" Series Collection Guide
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Use this PDF as a guide to explore nearly 15,000 digitized episodes of PBS NewsHour and its predecessor programs from 1975 to 2019. Programs in this...
"Black Journal" Series Collection Guide
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Use this PDF as a guide to explore the Black Journal series, the first nationally televised public affairs program produced for, about, and (...
"Eyes on the Prize" Interviews Collection Guide
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Use this PDF as a guide to explore a collection of 127 raw interviews conducted for the Eyes on the Prize series with participants in the American...