Africans in America - Part 2 - Revolution
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Africans in America - Part 2 - Revolution
Volume Two of this landmark television series covers the period of 1750 to 1805, exploring the experience of second-generation slavery in the midst of revolution. Born in the tobacco fields and farms of North America rather than in Africa, the new generation's identity and sense of community was defined by the realities of life in the New World. Slaves bore biblical names, visited Christian churches, and, despite their subhuman status, developed an attachment to the only country they had ever known. This documentary tells their story (including figures such as Crispus Attucks), and it also… More
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