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Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834), Interview with Albert Raboteau, Professor of Religion, Princeton University
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produced by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834) (WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 28 mins
Albert Raboteau is interviewed about 1793 and the hope brought by the American Revolution, Richard Allen's conversion experience, Christianity and self-worth, founding of the Free African Society, founding of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the Yellow Fever epidemic in Philadelphia, Richard Allen's reacti...
produced by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834) (WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 28 mins
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Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834), Interview with John Edgar Wideman, Author, Amherst College
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produced by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834) (WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 25 mins
John Edgar Wideman is interviewed about the aftermath of the Revolution in 1793, what it means to be an African American in white America, a separate black church, the Yellow Fever epidemic and racism, the Matthew Carey pamphlet, Richard Allen, African American migration south to work in cotton fields, what it fel...
produced by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834) (WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 25 mins
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Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834), Interview with Karen Hughes White, Archivist and founder of the Afro-American Historical Association of Fauquier County
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produced by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834) (WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 59 mins
Karen Hughes White is interviewed about Thomas Jefferson as owner of her ancestors and as a man of his time, how she learned about her family history, her first visit to Monticello and seeing where her ancestors toiled, separation of families, Jefferson estate slave inventory and records of sale, slave living cond...
produced by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834) (WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 59 mins
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Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834), Part 3, Interview with Margaret Washington, Associate Professor of History, Cornell University.  3 of 4
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directed by Jacquie Jones, 1965-; produced by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834), Part 3 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 6 mins
Margaret Washington is interviewed about the significance of Philadelphia in the 1790s, Richard Allen, the life of Jarena Lee and her spiritual conversion, Thomas Jefferson and modern racism, black labor at Monticello, the impact of the cotton gin, the end of the Atlantic slave trade, Gabriel's Rebellion, formatio...
directed by Jacquie Jones, 1965-; produced by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834), Part 3 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 6 mins
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Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Interview with Quentin Snediker, Amistad project coordinator,  Mystic Seaport Museum
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directed by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017; produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861) (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 51 mins
Quentin Snediker is interviewed about the Amistad case of 1839, illegal slave trade in Cuba, Sengbe's revolt, Josiah Gibbs helping the Amistad captives, John Quincy Adams argument to free the captives and allow them to return to their homes. The slave trade in the 1850s, Captain William Corrie and The Wanderer.
directed by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017; produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861) (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 51 mins
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Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Four, Interview with Daniel Littlefield, Carolina Distinguished Professor, University of South Carolina
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directed by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017; produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston; interview by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, in Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Four (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 57 mins
Daniel Littlefield is interviewed about racism in the north and among abolitionists, challenges for former slaves and free blacks in the north, founding of black church congregations and community organizations, black labor vs. white labor, rice cultivation and malaria, preserving African traditions, matrifocal sl...
directed by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017; produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston; interview by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, in Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Four (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 57 mins
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Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Four, Interview with William Dusinberre, Professor of History, University of Warwick
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directed by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017; produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston; interview by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, in Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Four (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 33 mins
William Dusinberre is interviewed about Frances "Fanny" Kemble, wife of Pierce Butler and her journals documenting slave life; brutality on Butler Island, the lives of headman Frank and the rape of his wife Betty on Butler Island, the breaking up of families, Dusinberre's belief that slaves practiced non-violent...
directed by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017; produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston; interview by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, in Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Four (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 33 mins
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Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Four, Interview with William Scarborough, Professor of History, University of Southern Mississippi at Hattiesburg
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directed by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017; produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston; interview by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, in Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Four (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 59 mins
William Scarborough is interviewed about slavery as central institution in the south, antebellum slavery and emancipation process, slavery and the Constitution, David Walker's appeal, Nat Turner insurrection, the South and the abolitionist movement, curtailment of civil liberties, slavery and perceptions of menial...
directed by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017; produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston; interview by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, in Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Four (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 59 mins
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Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Three, Interview with Noel Ignatiev, Writer and Historian, Du Bois Institute, Harvard University, Visiting Associate Professor Bowdoin College
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directed by Jacquie Jones, 1965-; produced by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, WGBH Boston; interview by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, in Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Three (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 57 mins
Noel Ignatiev is interviewed about the aftermath of Nat Turner's rebellion and the beginning of abolitionism, the expulsion of Native Americans to expand the system of slavery, westward expansion, slavery in the 19th century, slavery and race, fear of black equality, Frederick Douglass, racial supremacy, free soil...
directed by Jacquie Jones, 1965-; produced by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, WGBH Boston; interview by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, in Africans in America: Judgment Day (1831-1861), Program Three (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 57 mins
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Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750), Interview with Timothy Breen, William Smith Mason Professor of American History, Northwestern University
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produced by Orlando Bagwell, 1951- and Susan Bellows, fl. 1989, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750) (WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 50 mins
Timothy Breen is interviewed about Anthony Johnson and life in 17th century Virginia, life of a slave vs. life of a servant, how race becomes the basis of law and politics, Anthony Johnson as a land owner and a slave owner.
produced by Orlando Bagwell, 1951- and Susan Bellows, fl. 1989, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750) (WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 50 mins
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