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Thursday, May 20, 1999 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: NATO Bombs a Hospital in Belgrade
1999-05-20

Voices of Former U.S. Slaves

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As the media look back at millennial specials, Democracy Now! takes a look back at what really helped shape this country for good or for bad. In this case, certainly for bad, Democracy Now! examines the issue of slavery.

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  • Voices of former slaves interviewed in the 1930s.

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