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The Germantown Petition Against Slavery: Crash Course Black American History #5

In 1688, in Pennsylvania, a group of four men created the Germantown Petition, which made the case that slavery was immoral, and that it was inconsistent with Christian beliefs in general, and Quaker ...

Slave Codes: Crash Course Black American History #4

Slave codes were a method of protecting the investment of white enslavers in the Colonies by restricting the lives of enslaved people in almost every imaginable way. The codes restricted enslaved peop...

Are African Americans The Original People Of North America? Pt 1

Exploring the claim from some that African Americans are that true natives of America

If I’m Not African American or Black, then WHAT AM I? #UntoldAmericanHistory

Hidden American History that everyone regardless of race, culture or location should know. Then we, can decide if they want to accept the truth or ignore it, BUT we deserve to have the OPTION TO CHOOS...

From an African refugee camp to the US | DW Documentary

An American dream comes true for a Congolese family and their friend. After more than 20 years in an African refugee camp they start a new life in the United States. With courage and humor, they navig...

Accent Expert Gives a Tour of U.S. Accents – (Part One) | WIRED

Dialect coach Erik Singer takes us on a tour of different accents across English-speaking North America. Erik and a host of other linguists and language experts (Nicole Holliday, Megan Figueroa, Sunn ...

WHY I LEFT AMERICA | Living Abroad as a Black American

Hi fellow humans! Thank you for tuning into today’s video. This is the first video of this living abroad series on my channel. I moved from the USA to Thailand earlier this year and have been living h...

History of African-Americans | Past to Future

This video presents History of African Americans. History of African Americans began when 20 Africans were dropped in the English colony of Virginia in 1619. They worked as indentured servants who wer...

The Great Migration: Why African-Americans left the south #onemichistory

The First Great Migration, sometimes known as the great Black Migration, was the movement of 1.5 million African Americans out of the rural Southern United States to the urban Northeast, Midwest, and ...

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