Get this special set to celebrate Black History Month.
Black History is American History. Unfortunately, it is often used as an occasion to foster more hate and division. These 2 video presentations More Than Victims plus Slavery & America's Founders will give you the portion of this history that is being omitted from schools, colleges, textbooks and media.
With these 2 DVDs you will reconnect with vital parts of America's history and be able to impact those around you with this powerful knowledge.
The horrible history of slavery is often brutal and disheartening. Unfortunately, when only a partial history is presented, Americans can't get the full picture and as a result, The framers are often slandered and depicted in a way that contradicts what we find when we actually look into the historical record. In this video presentation KrisAnne and JC (a descendant of slaves) share the views expressed by our Constitution's framers at the time they wrestled with this blight on the American landscape. Hear what the framers themselves had to say in their own words.
William Cooper Nell was the publisher for Frederick Douglass and his famous abolitionist newspaper The North Star. His work, The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution was an esteemed addition to the American education system until it was removed in the early 20th century. With its exclusion a large segment of men and women who had an active role in founding America have faded from the American consciousness.
A descendant of slaves, JC Hall's riveting presentation of these Unsung American Heroes revives this essential history and reconnects these heroes with the nation they helped make great. Without many of these important patriots America may not exist or would look entirely different.
Crispus Attucks - First Man to give his life for every American's liberty.
Wentworth Cheswell - Slave descendant who made the midnight ride of Paul Revere.
Peter Salem - Felled the opposing General at the Battle of Bunker Hill
James Armistead - Spy who foiled the plans of Benedict Arnold
And others... Seymour Burr, Jeremy Jonah, James and Hosea Easton, Job Lewis, Jack Grove, Bosson Wright, Elleanor Eldridge, and Phillis Wheatley, Cato Stedman, Cuff Whittemore, Cato Wood, Prince Estabrook, Caesar Ferrit, Samuel Craft, Lemuel Haynes, and Pomp Blackman. George Vashon, James Lafayette, Pomp Fisk, Grant Coope, Charleston Eads, Titus Coburn, Cuff Hayes, Charrles Reason, Fanny Jackson Coppin, William Cooper Nell, Thomas Downing, George T. Downing, James McCune Smith, Frederick Douglass, and Caesar Dickenson.