Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine receives FDA approval; hotel workers are now eligible for the vaccine; Dr. Anthony Fauci’s pandemic prognosis.
Tina Turner and Dolly Parton in live concerts, a performance by Renée Fleming, a look back at Loretta Lynn’s life and songs, plus a film on dancer Twyla Tharp.
The House prepares to vote on a coronavirus relief package; the first South African COVID-19 variant case in Nassau County; new vaccine centers in Brooklyn and Queens for underserved zip codes.
Free online events in February center on SOUL! creator Ellis Haizlip, the documentary The Black Church, and Black female innovators seen in the Unladylike2020 series from American Masters.
COVID-19 vaccine and case information from New York and New Jersey. NJ Spotlight News reports on Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C); Hispanic and Black children are the most affected.
The 400-year-old history of the Black Church and its role in faith, gospel music, building community, civil rights activism, and more is presented by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Thank you to these amazing THIRTEEN supporters who gave on Giving Tuesday.
Where to watch four days of the impeachment trial coverage, background on the trial, and more from PBS NewsHour.
Newly released interviews with Maya Angelou, Sidney Poitier, Dionne Warwick and more reveal personal relationships, artistry, life lessons and the ramifications of racism.
New York will begin vaccinating adults with co-morbidity health conditions; Johnson & Johnson submits its single-dose vaccine to the FDA; a new FRONTLINE documentary on China’s missed opportunities; vaccine distribution in New York and New Jersey.