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Slavery by Another Name
Introduction to the Curriculum
This video provides an overview of the educational curriculum.
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Using Digital Storytelling in the Classroom
How to bring digital storytelling into the classroom through Slavery by Another Name.
Using iPods for Storytelling
Teachers are introduced to creating digital stories through the use of iPods.
Why Use Slavery by Another Name in the Classroom?
The value of Slavery by Another Name as a tool in the classroom.
History is Dynamic
Audible clip from book
The Economics of Rebuilding
The Haves and Have Nots
The Legacy of Supremacy
Historian James Grossman talks about the legacy of supremacy.
Slavery by Another Short Version
Watch a short version of the documentary SLAVERY BY ANOTHER NAME.
Historian Pete Daniel discusses the Alonzo Bailey case and how it related to peonage.
Booker T. Washington and Teddy Roosevelt
Historians Risa Goluboff and Harry Lembeck talk about Booker T. Washington.
Brutalization and Coal Mining
Historian Khalil Muhammad discusses torture and mining conditions of convict labor.
Chain Gangs or Convict Leasing?
Historian Talitha LeFlouria explains differences between convict leasing and chain gangs.
Coal Mining History
Historian Mary Ellen Curtin talks about early coal mining and the reliance on prison labor
Sharon Malone and Tonya Groomes share their reactions to legacy.
Emancipation and the Work Force
Historian James Grossman explains how Emancipation changed the Southern labor.
Historian Pete Daniel explains how the legal system perpetuated compulsion.
FDR and The New Deal
Historian Risa Goluboff explains how The New Deal was a watershed moment.
FDR and White Southerners
Historian Risa Goluboff explains FDR's administration's strategy on Plessy vs. Ferguson.
Getting Reconstruction Right
Historian James Grossman emphasizes the importance of getting Reconstruction right.
Great Migration Factors
Historian Pete Daniel explains factors that led to the Great Migration.
Growing Up in the South
Descendant Bernard Kinsey reflects on growing up in the South.
Influential Voices Against Peonage
Historian Pete Daniel tells about the influential voices against peonage.
Laws to Criminalize Black Life?
Douglas A. Blackmon describes the Black Codes.
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