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    Slavery by Another Name

    Slavery by Another Name Promo

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    Slavery by Another Name Promo

    Video thumbnail: Slavery by Another Name Using Digital Storytelling in the Classroom

    Slavery by Another Name

    Using Digital Storytelling in the Classroom

    How to bring digital storytelling into the classroom through Slavery by Another Name.

    Using Digital Storytelling in the Classroom

    Video thumbnail: Slavery by Another Name Introduction to the Curriculum

    Slavery by Another Name

    Introduction to the Curriculum

    This video provides an overview of the educational curriculum.

    Introduction to the Curriculum

    Video thumbnail: Slavery by Another Name Using iPods for Storytelling

    Slavery by Another Name

    Using iPods for Storytelling

    Teachers are introduced to creating digital stories through the use of iPods.

    Using iPods for Storytelling

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    Slavery by Another Name

    The Legacy of Supremacy

    Historian James Grossman talks about the legacy of supremacy.

    The Legacy of Supremacy

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    Slavery by Another Name

    Slavery by Another Name Short Version

    Watch a short version of the documentary SLAVERY BY ANOTHER NAME.

    Slavery by Another Name Short Version

    Video thumbnail: Slavery by Another Name The Significance of the Chain Gang

    Slavery by Another Name

    The Significance of the Chain Gang

    Historian Talitha LeFlouria explains the chain gang systems significance in the South.

    The Significance of the Chain Gang

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    Slavery by Another Name

    The Music Lives On

    This piece follows Birmingham folk artists as they explain how music has inspired them.

    The Music Lives On

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    Slavery by Another Name

    Reflections on Learning About Family Legacies

    Descendant Kate Willis talks about why exploring family stories is important.

    Reflections on Learning About Family Legacies

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    Slavery by Another Name

    Reflections on Convict Labor

    Descendant Dr. Robert Corley describes convict leasing is part of Birmingham’s history.

    Reflections on Convict Labor

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    Slavery by Another Name

    Why Migrate?

    Historian James Grossman explains why black Southerners left the South.

    Why Migrate?

    Video thumbnail: Slavery by Another Name FDR and The New Deal

    Slavery by Another Name

    FDR and The New Deal

    Historian Risa Goluboff explains how The New Deal was a watershed moment.

    FDR and The New Deal

    Video thumbnail: Slavery by Another Name Reflections on Emanicipation

    Slavery by Another Name

    Reflections on Emanicipation

    Descendant Tonya Groomes reflects on how slaves must have felt at the end of the Civil War

    Reflections on Emanicipation

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    Slavery by Another Name

    The Economics of Labor

    Douglas A. Blackmon talks about the reasons behind convict labor practices of the day.

    The Economics of Labor

    Video thumbnail: Slavery by Another Name Reflections on Child Convict Labor

    Slavery by Another Name

    Reflections on Child Convict Labor

    Author Douglas A. Blackmon talks about researching his book “Slavery by Another Name”.

    Reflections on Child Convict Labor

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    Slavery by Another Name

    Emancipation and the Work Force

    Historian James Grossman explains how Emancipation changed the Southern labor.

    Emancipation and the Work Force

    Video thumbnail: Slavery by Another Name Reflections on Writing

    Slavery by Another Name

    Reflections on Writing

    Douglas A. Blackmon's daughter Colette asks for advice to becoming a writer.

    Reflections on Writing

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    Slavery by Another Name

    Descendant Clip

    Sharon Malone and Tonya Groomes share their reactions to legacy.

    Descendant Clip

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