Legacy of Slavery...Unequal Exchange Conference: Trouble in Mind: African Americans From Emancipation to the 1990's
Date: 1/26/2004; 54 minutes


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In this presentation from the Legacy of Slavery series, UC Berkeley Professor and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Leon Litwack, deals with "Trouble in Mind: African Americans From Emancipation to the 1990's." Litwack talks about the racist treatment of African Americans using examples from the Roaring 20's with lynching occurring weekly to World War II where German soldiers caught by allied troops were treated better than American black soldiers to the Civil Rights' movement of Post World II. (#8112)


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