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DISCUSSION & EDUCATORS GUIDE FOR "BROWN BUFFALO"
SEASON SEVEN OF
IMP is proud to present all new engagement resources for this new film coming to PBS March 23, 2018 at 9:00 pm Eastern.
The Rise and Fall of the Brown explores the life and times of Oscar Zeta Acosta. This materials will help viewers, partners, educators and others to put this controversial and enigmatic figure of our recent history into context.
The Educators Guide offers standards aligned lesson plans for high school and community college, while the discussion guide presents ancillary content, questions for discussion and fun activities for engagement.
We are thrilled to be collaborating with a range of stations including PBS SoCal, KQED, KLRN, Valley PBS, New Mexico, and KCOS in Oscar's hometown of El Paso, TX. The campaign is funded by CPB and the film is supported by CPB and Latino Public Broadcasting, among others.
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With four fantastic premieres on "America Reframed," WORLD Channel is offering a stellar line-up of programming for Black History Month.
Throughout February IMP will be coordinating social media activities and engagement with stations and community groups in select markets across the country, in support of the WORLD Channel's month-long campaign, #WORLDxBHM.
We are excited about season seven of PIC's signature series Pacific Heartbeat, coming in May 2018 for Asian Pacific Islander heritage month.
To kick off the new season, IMP is working with PIC on community screenings, online and media outreach. Join us for our launch event on April 25th in West Hollywood with remarks by Mayor John Heliman.
In April, IMP will launch the Pacific Heartbeat Community Discussion Guide and announce additional events in the Bay Area and beyond. Watch this space...!