Black Lives Matter
Sky has pledged £30m behind three commitments to support anti-racism and improve diversity and inclusion:
1. Improve Black and minority ethnic representation at all levels within Sky
2. Make a difference in communities impacted by racism
3. Use the power of Sky’s voice and platform to highlight racial injustice
We will use our voice for good because Black Lives Matter.Find out more
We see. We hear. We commit.
Educate, engage and understand the fight for equality
Stories to help understand Black experiences
8 Minutes And 46 Seconds: The Killing of George Floyd
He died after being pinned down to the ground with an officer's knee on his neck, sparking outrage and a turning point for the anti-racism movement.
Documentary investigating the 2014 shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald by Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke, and the cover-up that followed.
What's My Name: Muhammad Ali
A revealing look at the boxing icon's greatest challenges, comebacks and triumphs. A portrait of a man who dreamed and achieved the impossible, against the odds.
Following photographer Gillian Laub as she returns to the community in Georgia where she documented segregated proms. Includes interviews and film footage of a newly merged prom.
Documentary telling the story of the brutal arrest of African-American teacher Breaion King, who was stopped for a minor traffic infraction that escalated into a dramatic arrest.
King In The Wilderness
Documentary chronicling the final chapters of Dr Martin Luther King Jr's life, revealing a conflicted leader who faced criticism from both sides of the political spectrum.
Rise Up: The Movement That Changed America
Documentary examining Martin Luther King's legacy and celebrating his groundbreaking achievements in the civil rights movement.
Marked Man: Martin Luther King and the FBI
Documentary telling the true story of how the Civil Rights leader was subjected to a campaign of intimidation by J. Edgar Hoover's FBI.
A compelling, behind-the-scenes look at the struggle to hold the city of Baltimore together after a wave of unrest following the 2015 death of Freddie Gray in police custody.
The LA Riots: 25 Years Later
A look back at the 1992 violence in Los Angeles, the most destructive riot in American history, examining its significance in the country's history of racial tensions.
The Hate U Give
Starr Carter lives in two worlds - the poor, black neighbourhood where she resides and the mostly white prep school she attends. When she witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood friend by a policeman, Starr must find her voice and stand up for what's right.
A Black and White Killing: The Case That Shook America
Mobeen Azhar investigates a murder committed by a white supremacist in Portland, uncovering a dark underside to the seemingly liberal city.
The Unremembered - Britain's Forgotten War Heroes
David Lammy journeys across Kenya and Tanzania to find out why many African soldiers and porters were overlooked during the First World War.
Ghetto Britain: 30 Years of Race
Dr Robert Beckford asks whether the Race Relations Act has succeeded in embracing the multicultural dream,or whether the plan has spectacularly backfired.
Justice for Joy
A special documentary - from 1995 - examining the death of Joy Gardner in 1993 and the subsequent public campaign that culminated in the trial at the Old Bailey of those accused of causing her death.