Black History Month 

CMC Celebrates Black History Month - Here's a sneak peek at one of the special programs we're featuring this week.


Special Programming for Black History Month

Throughout the month of February the Community Media Center (CMC) will highlight the heritage and achievements of Carroll County's African-American community by featuring a variety of locally produced programming. Tune in to Cable Channel HD-1086 every Monday and Friday at 9:00 am and Tuesday and Thursday at 9:00 pm. Each week we'll feature locally produced documentaries, personal interviews and area event coverage that helps document, commemorate and celebrate our African American community. Documentaries featured are part of the Carroll County History Project

Watch our special programming on the following Channels:


Cable Channel HD 1086 -

Monday and Friday at 9:00 AM 

Tuesday and Thursday at 9:00 PM


Cable Channel 19

Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday at 1:00 PM

Featured Documentaries

Here are a few of the documentaries you'll see in February


The March on Washington: A CMC documentary produced in partnership with the Carroll County NAACP, featuring local residents who were part of the historic event on August 28th, 1963. Residents share their stories and memories of how this remarkable event helped usher in a new age of civil rights and liberties.  The March on Washington will air February 1st through the 7th.

The Rock of Our Ancestors: This Community Media Center (CMC) produced documentary explores the origins, history and impact of Carroll County’s small, African-American Churches. As the documentary shows, Carroll County’s houses of worship have not only served as a source of strength and comfort, but also have been vessels of history; some tracing their roots back over 100 years. Their loss goes beyond a simple building. It is the very heritage of their ancestors and the identity of an entire community that is at stake. Rev. Douglas Sands of White Rock Independent Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. served as Executive Producer.  The Rock of Our Ancestors will air February 8th through the 14th.

African American Trailblazers series:  Produced by the CMC in partnership with the Carroll County NAACP, this collection of programs is a compilation of interviews with local individuals who were pioneers in a variety of fields such as Community Action, Education, Politics and Sports. African American Trailblazers will air February 15th through the 21st.

Robert Moton School - The Hope of a Community:  This one-hour documentary, produced by CMC Member, Patricia Mack-Preston, features local residents who attended the Robert Moton High School. The program honors the individuals who attended the school and records their memories about segregated education; the struggles, the triumphs, the pursuit of excellence and their experiences during desegregation in Carroll County. Robert Moton School - The Hope of a Community will air February 22nd through the 29th.

Watch some of the videos in our collection below 


Through the eyes of the black experience