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African American History

African American History

From the terrors of the Middle Passage through the changes of the civil rights era to the present—leading scholars reflect on African American history. With biographies, legal analysis, and literary studies, this series includes more than fifty videos.

Lecture 2 - Black Nationalism and Abolitionism

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Lecture 1 - The Folk Tradition as Poetry and Protest

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