Join KSUT for Series Exploring the Stories of Black History Month

Feb 16, 2017

Objects hold history. They evoke stories stamped in time. The Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture has opened up a world of those stories. Hear some of them this Sunday afternoon at 5, as part of KSUT's Black History Month special programming.

Credit APM Reports

To mark the September opening of the museum, the Washington Post invited people across the country to submit photographs of family objects that connect them personally to black history.

APM Reports, part of American Public Media, teamed up with the Post to create an audio series spotlighting some of those objects and the stories behind them.


Historically Black, produced by Stephen Smith and Kate Ellis of APM Reports (formerly American RadioWorks), reveals intimate and surprising aspects of history through interviews, archival sound, and music.

The episodes are hosted by Michele Norris, former host of NPR's All Things Considered, and narrated by popular African American actors and writers.

Hear Historically Black on the KSUT Sunday Special, Sunday afternoons at 5 through March 5.