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Slavery's powerful social and economic grip comes face-to-face with an abolitionist movement prepared to risk everything for change. Winner 1998 Peabody Award.
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The early 19th century birthed the abolitionist movement bent on freeing the slaves, and Africans in America: Brotherly Love examines the heroic vigor with which these early leaders fought the incredibly lucrative slave industry. From large-scale political struggles to the smallest individual escapes, we see the stage set for the looming showdown over basic human rights. First-person accounts, interviews with prominent historians, and starkly beautiful documentary footage combine to weave a darkly fascinating tale of one of the most important struggles in our nation's history. --Rob Lightner
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