New Episode of Finding Your Roots – Breaking Silences – On PBS Tonight!

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Journalist Gayle King, film director Jordan Peele, and comedian Issa Rae on Finding Your Roots – Tuesday, January 5th, 2021

Catch Finding Your Roots featuring journalist Gayle King, film director Jordan Peele, and comedian Issa Rae - Tuesday, January 5th, 2021

Finding Your Roots, hosted by Henry Louis Gates, Jr., offers another new episode on Tuesday, January 5th, 2021.

Season 6 Episode 15: Breaking Silences

The 15th episode of Season 6 of Finding Your Roots is entitled Breaking Silences.

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the family secrets of journalist Gayle King, film director Jordan Peele, and comedian Issa Rae, introducing them to ancestors who raise profound questions about the shape and meaning of their family trees.

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Click HERE to access information on local listings for Finding Your Roots Season 6.

Watch Finding Your Roots Online

Although it has not been confirmed for all episodes of Season 6, in the past seasons each episode was made available for FREE on the PBS website the following day for viewing. Stay tuned here at Genealogy Bargains for more information.

Finding Your Roots Season 6 Schedule

  • Episode 15: Breaking Silences with Gayle King, Jordan Peele, and Issa Rae
    Tuesday, Jan 5, 2021
    Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the family secrets of journalist Gayle King, film director Jordan Peele, and comedian Issa Rae, introducing them to ancestors who raise profound questions about the shape and meaning of their family trees.
  • Episode 16: Coming to America with Nancy Pelosi, Norah O’Donnell, and Zac Posen
    Tuesday, Jan 12, 2021
    Henry Louis Gates, Jr. helps Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, news anchor Norah O’Donnell and fashion designer Zac Posen explore their immigrant roots, retracing the journeys of their ancestors who arrived in the United States with little more than a dream–and revealing why that dream is still so inspiring today.

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