Watch "March on Washington: Keepers of the Dream" on National Geographic Channel Now

Watch "March on Washington: Keepers of the Dream" on National Geographic Channel Now

Looking for a great way to celebrate Black History Month with National Geographic? We have you covered right here. Produced by National Geographic Studios in association with The Undefeated, National Geographic Channel presents The March on Washington: Keepers of the Dream. The documentary special will trace the ongoing journey of the Civil Rights Movement through the eyes of the heroes who marched for justice and equality in the 1960s, and the experiences of those on the front lines of the current fight for racial equality. The March on Washington: Keepers of the Dream is also available on Hulu!


Check out just some of the great content below to help celebrate Black History. No sign in needed!

City So Real: Filmmaker Steve James' complex portrait of contemporary Chicago delivers a deep, multifaceted look into the soul of a quintessentially American city. In Season 1, Episode 1, incumbent Rahm Emanuel must choose whether to run for reelection against a large field of candidates in Chicago's most contested mayor's race.

The Story of Us with Morgan Freeman: Morgan Freeman embarks on a global journey to meet people from different cultures whose lives are shaped in surprising ways, exploring themes that unite us all. At a time when global events seem to be driving us apart, the series aims to reveal our common humanity. Each hour-long episode will explore a single fundamental force or topic: freedom, peace, love, social division, power and rebellion. Check out the episodes "The March of Freedom" and "Us and Them" to start.

Rise Up: The Legacy of Nat Turner: Exploring why Nat Turner is one of history's most overlooked freedom fighters.

Martin Luther King, Jr.: Marked Man: Martin Luther King Jr. helps drive change in the United States in the face of bitter opposition, not least from opponents within the U.S. government; King is subjected to a fierce campaign of intimidation by J. Edgar Hoover's FBI.

LA 92: Over twenty-five years after the verdict in the Rodney King trial sparked several days of protests and violence in Los Angeles, LA92 immerses viewers in that tumultuous period through stunning and rarely-seen footage. Produced by Oscar winner Simon Chinn and Emmy winner Jonathan Chinn and directed by Oscar winners Dan Lindsay and TJ Martin, the film brings a fresh perspective to a pivotal moment and adds perspective to what we are seeing in the world today.

America Inside Out With Katie Couric: In the six-part documentary series, Couric travels the country to speak with people bearing witness to the most complicated and consequential questions in American culture today. Check out the episode "Re-Righting History" to start right here, right now.

National Geographic has been igniting the explorer in all of us since 1888 through groundbreaking storytelling from the best and brightest scientists, explorers, photographers and filmmakers in the world. ABC and National Geographic Channel programming can also be viewed on demand and on Hulu.

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