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Slavery by Another Name
Slavery by Another Name
Slavery by Another Name Promo
Airs Friday, February 22, 2013 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. Check your local listings.
Preview: S1 | 30s
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Using Digital Storytelling in the Classroom
How to bring digital storytelling into the classroom through Slavery by Another Name.
Clip: S1 | 7m 40s
Introduction to the Curriculum
This video provides an overview of the educational curriculum.
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Why Use Slavery by Another Name in the Classroom?
The value of Slavery by Another Name as a tool in the classroom.
Clip: S1 | 5m 25s
Using iPods for Storytelling
Teachers are introduced to creating digital stories through the use of iPods.
Clip: S1 | 3m 50s
History is Dynamic
Audible clip from book
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The Haves and Have Nots
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The Economics of Rebuilding
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The Legacy of Supremacy
Historian James Grossman talks about the legacy of supremacy.
Clip: S1 | 2m 10s
Slavery by Another Name Short Version
Watch a short version of the documentary SLAVERY BY ANOTHER NAME.
Clip: S1 | 18m 47s
The Significance of the Chain Gang
Historian Talitha LeFlouria explains the chain gang systems significance in the South.
Clip: S1 | 1m 38s
Prosecuting Peonage Trials Begins
Historian Harry Lembeck explains progressivism.
The Music Lives On
This piece follows Birmingham folk artists as they explain how music has inspired them.
Clip: S1 | 17m
Reflections on Learning About Family Legacies
Descendant Kate Willis talks about why exploring family stories is important.
Clip: S1 | 4m 46s
Reflections on Convict Labor
Descendant Dr. Robert Corley describes convict leasing is part of Birmingham’s history.
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Historian James Grossman explains why black Southerners left the South.
FDR and The New Deal
Historian Risa Goluboff explains how The New Deal was a watershed moment.
Reflections on Emanicipation
Descendant Tonya Groomes reflects on how slaves must have felt at the end of the Civil War
The Economics of Labor
Douglas A. Blackmon talks about the reasons behind convict labor practices of the day.
Clip: S1 | 1m 19s
Reflections on Child Convict Labor
Author Douglas A. Blackmon talks about researching his book “Slavery by Another Name”.
Clip: S1 | 1m 45s
Emancipation and the Work Force
Historian James Grossman explains how Emancipation changed the Southern labor.
Clip: S1 | 2m 32s
Reflections on Writing
Douglas A. Blackmon's daughter Colette asks for advice to becoming a writer.
The Evolution of the Chain Gang
Author Douglas A. Blackmon explains how chain gangs evolved.
Sharon Malone and Tonya Groomes share their reactions to legacy.
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