Host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. delves deep into the roots of two African-
American guests, actor S. Epatha Merkerson and athlete and television
personality Michael Strahan. Both discover unexpected stories that challenge
assumptions about black history.

Aug. 3 • 8pm

Freedom Tales

Theirs was a rivalry that would draw in two nations inching closer to war, and
take the measure of two men — German Max Schmeling and American
Joe Louis, who had been fighting all their lives.

Aug. 3 • 9pm

The Fight

The most famous athlete of his time,
his stunning triumph at the 1936
Olympic Games captivated the world
even as it infuriated the Nazis. Despite
the racial slurs he endured, Owens'
grace and athleticism rallied crowds
across the globe.

Aug. 3 • 9pm


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How much has the antiques market evolved in the past 20+ years? Find out as
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW revisits and updates standout Portland appraisals from 1998,
including one treasure with a new valuation that jumps to $70,000-$90,000!

Vintage Portland

Explore artifacts and artistry with
health and medicine history across
generations including a Lakota Sioux
doctor's bag, a “Female Physician”
trade sign from around 1835, and a
salesman's sample operating chair.

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Treasure Fever
Part 1

ROADSHOW has just what the
doctor ordered: a WWI snakebite kit,
a Fern Isabel Coppedge oil painting,
and an Apache medicine pouch from
around 1880.

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Treasure Fever
Part 2

What does life look like for LGBTQ+
youth fifty years after Stonewall?
This film shines a light on an
underground community of Pier Kids,
showcasing the intricate ways queer
people of color utilize public space to
build chosen family.

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Pier Kids