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This comprehensive DVD compilation features an in-depth collection of documentaries and programs chronicling the contributions and accomplishments of the most prominent and influential African-Americans throughout the history of the United States. From the oppression and hardship during the time of the Civil War to civil rights movements that paved the way to this country's first African-American president, this 39 program set is the definitive retrospective of Black History in America.
Celebrate Black History with 39 Captivating Programs!
An inspiring compilation of history's most notable African Americans.
This exciting 3 DVD set features a rare collection of documentary features which celebrate the life, culture and accomplishments of history's most influential and prominent African Americans including:
Booker T. Washington
Maggie Lena Walker
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Paul Laurence Dunbar
African Americans in World War II
African Burial Ground Vol. 1
African Burial Ground Vol. 2
African Burial Ground Vol. 3
African Burial Ground Vol. 4
Black Wings - The American Black in Aviation
Booker T. Washington - The life And legacy
Barack Obama - The Power of Hope
Carl Lewis on his Career
Frederick Douglass - An American Life
Henry Browne - Farmer
Highlights of The 1936 Olympics Berlin
Larry Lebby and Stone Lithography
March in Washington
Malcolm X Nationalist or Humanist
Martin Luther King - Civil Rights Roundtable
Negro Colleges in War Time
Newsreel The Black Panthers
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Paul Robeson - The Tallest Tree in Our Forest
Poverty in America
The Brown Bomber
The Civil War
The Life of Maggie Lena Walker
The Longines Chronoscope Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
The Negro in Entertainment
The Negro in Industry
The Negro in Sports
The Negro Sailor
The Negro Soldier
The Open Mind - New Negro With Martin Luther King
The Plantation System in Southern Life
To Do Battle in The Land
We Work Again
What About Prejudice?
To have them all at once in a DVD...Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.
African Americans are always put in a dark place when speaking of them, this movie brought African Americans in a bright light.
If you are someone who doesn't like reading, then purchase this documentary, I assure you, that you will not be disappointed.
I ordered this as a Christmas gift for my son-in-law who is a history buff. He said it was good.Published 9 days ago by Grandma Reader
Definitely a keeper. Worth the investment and delivered on time as promised.Published 2 months ago by K. BRYANT
I haven't read the book yet. I am collecting history for my grandchildren.Published 3 months ago by Sandra in Alabama