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A history of black achievement in America: Program five: The foundation for equality. Program six: Depression and war.

Published by : Ambrose DVD Physical details: 1V. ( 2 programs, 27 mins. each). color and B&W. Year: 2005
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DVD 973.04 His v.3 (Browse shelf) Not for loan 014488

This original, eight-part series documents Black Achievement in American history, its defining role in the growth of the country, and its influence on current events. Presented by James Avery, the series highlights the many contributions of Black Americans that have influenced our culture, enriched our society with their achievements, and shaped the history of the United States.

Vol. 3 contains program five & six.

PROGRAM FIVE: The Foundation for Equality 1904 - Scott Joplin and Ma Rainey Initiate the Merger of Two Cultures 1909 - Matthew Henson Discovers the North Pole 1909 - W.E.B. DuBois Founds the NAACP 1924 - George Washington Carver Renaissance Man 1925 - Alain Locke Leads Harlem Renaissance 1926 - Satchel Paige Stars in the National Negro Baseball League

PROGRAM SIX: Depression and War 1935 - Mary McLeod Bethune: American Woman of the 20th Century 1936 - 1938 - Jesse Owens And Joe Louis Debunk Hitler's Claim of Aryan Superiority 1939 - Hattie McDaniel Wins the Oscar 1940 - First Black General, Benjamin O. Davis Sr., is Stepping Stone to Desegregation of U.S. Army 1943 - Duke Ellington's Band Performs Black, Brown and Beige at Carnegie Hall