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message 1: by kisha, The Clean Up Lady (new)

kisha | 3902 comments Mod
I came across this video after discussing recently with some of you the effects of slavery and how it is currently effecting our communities and society. It's based off of many books of real slaves who were interviewed about slavery. In this video the real words of those slaves are being read by great actors, Samuel L Jackson, Jasmine Guy, Oprah, Whoopi, Angela Bassett and many more legendary actors. please watch when you can. It's a great video and very educational. And comeback and comment.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XnQqSlWHHgQ


message 2: by Stephanie (new)

Stephanie (oyastorm77) Thank you for posting this. Definitely going to watch.


message 3: by kisha, The Clean Up Lady (new)

kisha | 3902 comments Mod
I was hoping you would see this thread. I was thinking of you when I posted it. I know you'll love it.


message 4: by V. (new)

V. Pain (Vpain) | 63 comments I added a few documentaries to my channel as well and will link this video in the same playlist! Thanks Kisha this about more than inventions!
http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtl3x...


message 5: by kisha, The Clean Up Lady (new)

kisha | 3902 comments Mod
Yes V and thanks for your link. I will check it out when I get the kiddies down tonight.


message 6: by Lulu, The Book Reader who could. (new)

Lulu (lulureads365) | 2446 comments Mod
Thanks for the links ladies! I haven't had a chance to view them yet, but I will.


message 7: by A.D. (new)

A.D. Koboah (adkoboah) | 261 comments Thanks for the links, guys. I'm looking forward to viewing this.


message 8: by Londa (last edited Feb 06, 2014 06:13AM) (new)

Londa (londalocs) | 1526 comments I will check those out. I think I may have seen portions of the one you posted kisha, but not in full.

The University of North Carolina has a website called Documenting the American South. They have scores of slaves narratives there. If you click on the link below you will find two more links. You can search the narratives chronologically or alphabetically. You could spend hours and hours, just reading through them.

http://docsouth.unc.edu/neh/biblintro...


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