Panhandle PBS was recognized by the Lone Star Emmy Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for their “Living While Black” series.
The 6 episode series focused on Black and biracial Amarilloans to describe what #livingwhileblack means in this country and what everyone can do to move conversations forward to create change.
The series was directed by Hilary Hulsey and produced by Karen Welch, Nolyn Hill and Brian Frank who all were awarded a Regional Emmy Award for Best Documentary.
“I’m enormously proud of these talented individuals who set the bar high and then so visibly eclipsed it,” said Kevin Ball, CEO for Panhandle PBS. “The result of their collective effort is a highly enlightening documentary that serves as a riveting microcosm of race in America as viewed through our town.”
You can watch “Living While Black” at Panhandle PBS website and YouTube Page.