In honor of Black History month, the Live from Lincoln Center presentation of PIPELINE will air on Friday, February 8 at 9 p.m. on PBS. Produced in partnership with BroadwayHD, PIPELINE depicts a mother’s hopes for her son and their clash with an educational system rigged against him. The powerful work was originally staged at Lincoln Center Theater in 2017 to wide critical acclaim.

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> HELLO, I'M RAPHEAL P. RAMON.

WELCOME TO LINCOLN CENTER.

IN HONOR OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH.

THE PIPELINE WILL AIR ON FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8th AT 9:00 P.M. ON PBS.

PRODUCED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BROADWAY HD.

PIPELINE DEPICTS A MOTHER'S HOPES FOR HER SON AND THEIR CLASH WITH AN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM RIGGED AGAINST HIM.

NAYA JOSEPH IS COMMITTED TO HER STUDENT'S ACHIEVEMENT WHILE SHE SENDS HER ONLY SON TO A PRIVATE BOARDING SCHOOL.

WHEN OMARI IS INVOLVED IN A CONTROVERSIAL INCIDENT WHICH THREATENS HIM WITH EXPULSION FROM SCHOOL.

HER OWN PARENTAL DECISIONS AND THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOL SYSTEMS AS SHE RALLIES TO SAVE HER SON.

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