The inspiring story of how Henry Wadsworth Longfellow rose from tragedy to write the carol “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” during the dark days of the Civil War.
Through 5 great speeches performed by 5 Black actors, interspersed with cogent commentary, we are shown the importance of this prophetic orator to American history.
How Frederick Douglas greatly influenced Abe Lincoln toward accepting Blacks amidst the turmoil of politics & war.
Will Smith, using graphics & actors, hosts this survey of the long struggle for Blacks to become full citizens, centering on the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution.
This TV film focuses on the heroic 2 years that Black Abolitionist Charlotte Forten spent teaching ex-slaves at Port Royal during the Civil War.
While returning an orphaned girl raised by Native Americans to her family a Civil War veteran runs into problems in racist Texas.
The dark story of slavery in America, from its arrival in Virginia in the 7th Century, through the Civil War, & also of Abolitionists who fought it.
The last 3 bloody years in the life of Abolitionist John Brown are told through the eyes of a young freed slave boy mistaken as a girl.
This new version of the classic novel is terrific! Click the title to read my entire review.
Lesbian owners of a Union Civil War sword & a pawnshop owner & his assistant travel to the home of an unknown wealthy Southerner who believes it will prove the South won.