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1998-10-13

New Documentary Highlights Africans in the U.S.

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Next Monday, PBS kicks off a series of four programs documenting the history of slavery in America. The series was filmed across twelve states and three continents and traces U.S. history from the nation’s early days as a British settlement to the start of the Civil War and then to the present day.

Guest:

  • Orlando Bagwell, the Executive Producer of the six-hour documentary series "Africans in America: America’s Journey through Slavery."

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