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America Beyond the Color Line: The Black Belt

In this program, Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr. finds new meanings in the streets of Memphis, Birmingham, and Atlanta—the battlegrounds on which civil rights were won for black southerners in the 1950s and ’60s. The very cities from which African-Americans fled during the era of Jim Crow are today drawing them back by the tens of thousands. But how much have these cities really changed since the civil rights era? Interviewees include Morgan Freeman and Maya Angelou. Distributed by PBS Distribution. Part of the series America Beyond the Color Line, with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (56 minutes)


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Copyright date: ©2004


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