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written by Olivier Walther, fl. 2012, in African Studies Quarterly (Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, 2012),
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African Studies Series, 90, Peasant Revolution in Ethiopia: The Tigray People's Liberation Front, 1975–1991
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written by John Young, 1951-, in African Studies Series, 90 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2006, originally published 1997), 290 page(s)
In the wake of the overthrow of the Haile-Selassie regime in Ethiopia in 1974 and the coming to power of the military, a number of opposition forces launched insurrections. But only one movement, the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) triumphed, liberating Tigray in 1989, and in an ethnic-based coalition whic...
written by John Young, 1951-, in African Studies Series, 90 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2006, originally published 1997), 290 page(s)
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Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834), Interview with Jeffrey Leath, Pastor of Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church, Philadelphia
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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 18 mins
Jeffrey Leath is interviewed about Richard Allen and his conversion to Christianity and the conversion of his owner, the role of spirituality in everyday life, Richard Allen's mission to share his religious experience, the beginning of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia, Christianity as a mean...
produced by Jacquie Jones, 1965-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Brotherly Love (1776-1834) (WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 18 mins
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Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 1, Interview with Deborah Gray White, Professor of History, Rutgers University.  1 of 2
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produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 1 (WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 45 mins
Deborah Gray White is interviewed about how most new slaves are now born in the colonies, relationships between parents and children, Br'er Rabbit, daily lives of slave women, relationships between white and black children, kinship among slave families, the Revolutionary period, how whites who did not own slaves t...
produced by Llewellyn Smith, fl. 1987-2017, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 1 (WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 45 mins
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Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2, Interview with Betty Wood, Professor of History, Oxford University.  2 of 2
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directed by Noland Walker, fl. 2003; produced by Noland Walker, fl. 2003, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 1998), 1 hour 10 mins
Betty Wood is interviewed about blacks fighting in the American Revolution, blacks leaving the US with the British, Dunmore's Proclamation and the fear of slave rebellion, controlling slaves after Dunmore's Proclamation, the significance of Dunmore's Proclamation.
directed by Noland Walker, fl. 2003; produced by Noland Walker, fl. 2003, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 1998), 1 hour 10 mins
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Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2, Interview with Peter Wood, Professor of History, Duke University.  2 of 2
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directed by Orlando Bagwell, 1951-; produced by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989 and Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, WGBH Boston; interview by Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 17 mins
Peter Wood is interviewed about William Dunbar, Equiano's observations of independence, the Stamp Act, song as a means of protest, the dynamics leading up to the Revolutionary War, Phillis Wheatley, Dunmore's Proclamation, the Somerset case, 18th century hope for freedom and equality, The Declaration of Independen...
directed by Orlando Bagwell, 1951-; produced by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989 and Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, WGBH Boston; interview by Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 17 mins
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Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2, Interview with Thomas J. Davis, Professor of History, Arizona State University and author of
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directed by Orlando Bagwell, 1951- and Susan Bellows, fl. 1989; produced by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989 and Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, WGBH Boston; interview by Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 43 mins
Thomas J. Davis is interviewed about Venture Smith and the relationship between slave and slave holder, Venture's loss of his family and the purchase of their freedom, the difference between a free Negro and a free person, the importance of waterways in colonial life, Venture Smith's acquisition of land, the signi...
directed by Orlando Bagwell, 1951- and Susan Bellows, fl. 1989; produced by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989 and Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, WGBH Boston; interview by Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 43 mins
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Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Program Two, Interview with John Ferling, Professor of History, University of Georgia
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directed by Noland Walker, fl. 2003; produced by Noland Walker, fl. 2003, WGBH Boston; interview by Noland Walker, fl. 2003, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Program Two (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 48 mins
John Ferling is interviewed about land ownership as power, George Washington as young man, his marriage to Martha, Washington as a slave owner in Virginia, Washington's attitudes towards slaves, Washington's growing displeasure with the British, Washington as commander of the Continental Army, African Americans' d...
directed by Noland Walker, fl. 2003; produced by Noland Walker, fl. 2003, WGBH Boston; interview by Noland Walker, fl. 2003, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Program Two (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 1 hour 48 mins
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Africa's World War: Congo, the Rwandan Genocide, and the Making of a Continental Catastrophe
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written by Gérard Prunier, fl. 1984 (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009, originally published 2009), 570 page(s)
The Rwandan genocide sparked a horrific bloodbath that swept across sub-Saharan Africa, ultimately leading to the deaths of some four million people. In this extraordinary history of the recent wars in Central Africa, Gerard Prunier offers a gripping account of how one grisly episode laid the groundwork for a swee...
written by Gérard Prunier, fl. 1984 (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009, originally published 2009), 570 page(s)
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After Insurgency: Revolution and Electoral Politics in El Salvador
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written by Ralph Sprenkels (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2018), 484 page(s)
El Salvador’s 2009 presidential elections marked a historical feat: Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional (FMLN) became the first former Latin American guerrilla movement to win the ballot after failing to take power by means of armed struggle. In 2014, former comandante Salvador Sánchez Cerén b...
written by Ralph Sprenkels (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2018), 484 page(s)
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