America to Me nominated for TV Critics Association Award

America to Methe award-winning series directed by Steve James, has earned a nomination for a 2019 Television Critics Association (TCA) Award in the Outstanding Achievement in News and Information category. The series is nominated alongside 60 Minutes (CBS), Leaving Neverland (HBO), Our Planet (Netflix), and The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC).

The TCA Awards are awards presented by the Television Critics Association in recognition of excellence in television.

On May 21, segment director Rebecca Parrish was honored at the 2019 Gracie Awards ceremony, which recognizes exemplary programming created by, for and about women in radio, television, cable and interactive media. Honorees are selected in national, local and student markets, including both commercial and non-commercial outlets.

June 10 marked the final class of a 10-week course at Stanford University centered around America to Me, created by Jessica Stovall, series participant and current Stanford Ph.D. candidate in Race, Inequality and Language in Education. The screening and speaking series was free and open to the public. Read more about the course here.

Read more about the series in Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter, and watch all 10 episodes of America to Me on Starz.

To sign up for the Participant America to Me: Real Talk campaign go to americatomerealtalk.com.

America To Me Impact Video 2019 from Participant Media on Vimeo.