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African-American Lives Listening to Our Past /

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  • "Listening to our Past is a piecing together of the family histories of four of the series participants. The episode explores the post-World War I ⁰́₋Great Migration⁰́₊ of African-Americans from the South to northern cities like Detroit and Chicago, as well as those who stayed in the South during the period of Jim Crow segregation. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. also begins an intriguing examination of his own family⁰́₉s past, recounting the discovery of a box of photographs and heirlooms that sparked an obsession with his ancestry."
  • "Listening to our Past is a piecing together of the family histories of four of the series participants. The episode explores the post-World War I "Great Migration" of African-Americans from the South to northern cities like Detroit and Chicago, as well as those who stayed in the South during the period of Jim Crow segregation. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. also begins an intriguing examination of his own family's past, recounting the discovery of a box of photographs and heirlooms that sparked an obsession with his ancestry."

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  • "Educational films."
  • "Videorecording."
  • "History"
  • "History."
  • "Internet videos."
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc."

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  • "African-American Lives Listening to Our Past /"
  • "Listening to Our Past"
  • "African-American Lives Listening to Our Past /"