‘Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World’ Among Titles on PBS Documentaries Prime Video in January

‘Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World’ Among Titles on PBS Documentaries Prime Video in January

“Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World” (Photo courtesy of © BBC Studios)

Stephanie Prange
December 20, 2022

The documentary collection “Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World” and the ninth season of “Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.” arrive this January on the PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel.
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Featuring firsthand accounts from a few of rap’s most integral gamers, “Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World” recounts the origins of this daring and revolutionary artwork type by way of the voices of those that had been there at the starting, creating an anthology of how hip hop turned a cultural phenomenon in opposition to the backdrop of American historical past. Weaving collectively interconnected moments by way of intimate interviews and archival footage, ”Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World” covers 4 years of Hip Hop historical past and explores how the style rapidly created a provocative narrative of America. The collection, which begins streaming Jan. 31, was developed by rap icon Chuck D and options interviews with legendary artists Ice-T, Fat Joe, Run DMC and MC Lyte, amongst others.
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“Finding Your Roots” highlights the genealogical backgrounds and ancestral tales of outstanding visitors that helped to outline who they’re right now. In the ninth season, Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr. sits down with actors Jamie Chung (“Lovecraft Country”), Brian Cox (“Succession”), Billy Crudup (“The Morning Show”), Claire Danes (“Homeland”), Jeff Daniels (“American Rust”), Viola Davis (The Woman King), David Duchovny (“The X-Files”), Richard Kind (Inside Out), Joe Manganiello (“True Blood”), Tamera Mowry-Housley (“The Real”), Edward Norton (Fight Club), Julia Roberts (Ticket to Paradise) and Danny Trejo (Machete); pop icon Cyndi Lauper; comedians Carol Burnett and Niecy Nash; athlete and sportscaster Tony Gonzalez; journalists Jim Acosta and Van Jones; activist Angela Y. Davis; and statesman Jeh Johnson. The ninth season begins streaming Jan. 3.
 Other titles coming to the PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel in January embody:

The Letter: A Message for Our Earth Jan 2
The Lie Detector (“American Experience”) Jan. 3
Global Spyware Sandal: Exposing Pegasus (“Frontline”) Jan. 3
First Contact: An Alien Encounter Jan. 4
Marian Anderson: The Whole World in their Hands Jan. 16
Secrets of the Dead: Hidden in the Amazon Jan. 16
Breach of Trust Jan. 16
Wildheart (“Nature”) Jan. 18
The Earthshot Prize Jan. 20
Soul of the Ocean (“Nature”) Jan. 25
Putin and the Presidents (“Frontline”) Jan. 31

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