CBS Stations announced its Black History Month content as a celebration and an extension of the stations’ year-round inclusive storytelling.

CBS Local News Innovation Lab and CBS’ Executive Producers of Impacting Communities (EPIC) collaborated across CBS-owned stations to produce an hour-long special, TEACHING BLACK HISTORY, launching Friday, Feb 23. The documentary focuses on what communities across the country are doing to preserve history and keep the younger generation informed of Black history during a time when the educational curriculum is highly politicized.

“CBS Stations is dedicated to year-round inclusive storytelling and embraces the richness of diversity,” said Jennifer Mitchell, president of CBS Stations. “As we commemorate Black History Month, we want our viewers to know our teams include diverse narratives that reflect the communities we serve into the fabric of daily news across all our stations.”

“We invite viewers to join us on a journey of celebration and understanding as they watch our phenomenal Black History Month content, and we want them to know they will continue to see inclusive content celebrating culture throughout the year. That’s our commitment,” added Adrienne Roark, president of content development and integration for CBS News, Stations and CBS Media Ventures.

Below is a list of programming highlights featuring Black culture:

CBS News New York (WCBS) will air multiple stories a week, in addition to a Black History Month special hosted by anchor Maurice DuBois that will air on Thursday, Feb. 22 (5:30 PM, ET. Highlights of programming include:

CBS News Los Angeles (KCAL 9, KCBS 2) will highlight numerous monthly stories, including local stories and historical vignettes. The station’s community journalists will also explore and inform viewers on the numerous historical landmarks throughout Southern California. Some highlights include:

CBS News Baltimore (WJZ) will continue its 30-year Black History Month oratory contest, announcing the winner on Saturday, Feb. 24 during the broadcast special. In addition, they will broadcast numerous local Black community stories that will air as specials throughout the newscast and focus on hyperlocal celebrations and stories that highlight this year’s coverage theme: Black History: Past, Present and Future.

CBS News Bay Area (KPIX) will highlight numerous character-driven stories that look at the Bay Area’s legacy makers who wrote history through their brave actions; celebrating Black individuals who are writing history in real-time, like the founding member of a division at HP, who develops programs that help people of color access the tech industry; and numerous “stories from the heart,” such as Alameda County Black maternal mortality and the health leaders fighting to resolve the issue.

CBS News Boston (WBZ) will air several hyperlocal stories, such as the Lowell Underground Railroad, Black-owned breweries, Black author and civil rights activist James Baldwin and historical vignettes that showcase various locations around Greater Boston that commemorate “Boston’s Black History.”

CBS News Chicago (WBBM) will air historical stories twice a week, with additional programming that includes specials such as “Black Women in Medicine” and “29 Black History Facts You Probably Didn’t Learn in School,” which are one-minute pre-recorded daily lessons led by author Ernest Crimm III.

CBS News Colorado (KCNC) continues its year-round “Elevating Black Voices” series, which shares community stories and will add a 30-minute Black history special, hosts a Black lawmakers community panel featuring prominent Black Caucus members and changemakers, and air numerous hyperlocal stories focused on Black culture, issues that impact the community and Black-owned businesses.

CBS News Detroit (WWJ) will highlight Black-owned businesses including Detroit Manufacturing, a Black-owned company providing auto parts for the Big Three automakers; hyperlocal community stories and celebrations and air a two-part series that explores Detroit’s Black history, including a special on Madam C.J. Walker, the first Black millionaire who developed a line of beauty care products for Black women; and when Ford Motor Company hired its first Black workers.

CBS News Miami (WFOR) will air stories throughout its newscast that include Black historical Floridians, such as the first Black Miami millionaire, Dana Dorsey. His home is now a museum due to his significant contributions to Floridian history, which includes donating large quantities of land for Black schools and parks, and being the original owner of Fisher Island.

CBS News Minnesota (WCCO) will air multiple stories a week, highlighting entrepreneurs, artists, emerging leaders, students and more. The station will focus on Black leaders who are telling their own stories and empowering their communities year-round. Stories will range from a pair of Black men who launched a podcast to change narratives around Black men to a powerhouse theater shaking up their model to offer racial healing.

CBS News Philadelphia (KYW) proudly tells community stories with “Salute the Past. Present & Future” throughout the month, culminating in a 30-minute special hosted by Natasha Brown and Siafa Lewis from the historic Mother Bethel AME Church in Philadelphia. Their stories will educate and celebrate Black historical figures.

CBS News Pittsburgh (KDKA) will air several hyperlocal stories a week that celebrate Black culture, such as Pittsburgh’s missing underground railroads; a new diversity museum; the historical St. Benedict the Moor parish, a predominantly Black Catholic parish; and historical figures such as the Afro-American Music Institute’s reflection of jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal; and many other stories.

CBS News Sacramento (KOVR 13, KMAX 31) examines Black history in California, highlighting trailblazers, early settlers and leaders – focusing on Black settlers who significantly impacted the Gold Rush era. The station will address current issues impacting the Black community, such as maternal mortality rates among Black women, and will celebrate local Black-owned businesses. They will also rebroadcast the powerful story of 90-year-old community leader and activist Norman R. Blackwell Sr. on Monday, Feb. 12. CBS Sacramento’s streaming channel will provide extended coverage – including interviews, profiles and compelling stories.

CBS News Texas (KTVT) strives to highlight and showcase community members who have made a financial impact, including business owners who are working to improve the North Texas economy and providing the foundation for future business owners to build upon. Stories range from the first Black business owner who owns a storefront in historic downtown Grapevine to examining the value of Black consumers’ spending and how it has impacted the Dallas-Fort Worth economy.

CBS Newspath will provide Black History national stories such as Howard University making history as the first HBCU to have a figure skating team; a unique exhibit at the American Folk Art Museum adding moving context to 125 art objects that represent Black individuals from centuries ago; and Hinchliffe Stadium in Patterson, N.J., one of two Negro League stadiums still standing in the U.S., undergoing a $100-million restoration to soon become home to a museum about the Negro Leagues.

CBS-owned independent stations in Atlanta, Seattle and Tampa will run Black History Month promos throughout February. View Seattle’s promo here, Atlanta’s here and Tampa Bay’s here. In addition, Atlanta 69 is running PSAs filmed at the historic Paschal’s restaurant.