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Pride & Prejudice: A History of Black Culture

Pride & Prejudice: A History of Black Culture

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Pride & Prejudice: A History of Black Culture


African Americans came to this country as slaves who had been violently uprooted from their own societies and forced to give up many of their cultural traditions. Yet African Americans have helped shape American society and culture in many important ways. This outstanding video uses historic footage, stills, and interviews with experts to tell the story of the African American impact over time on our ideas, arts, and culture.

The teacher's guide includes script, learning objectives, reproducible activities, and bibliography.

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Subject SOCIAL STUDIES, African American History, Diversity
Publisher Knowledge Unlimited
Publication Year 1994
ISBN 1-55933-150-X
Running Time 28 min.
Teacher's Guide Download the guide
Professional Reviews What they are saying...
  • "The program is so effectively produced that it conveys its message with visual interest, fascinating insights, and a proud sense of the black heritage. A fine companion to The Era of Segregation: A Personal Perspective." - Booklist
  • "3 stars Public and college and university libraries serving adult audiences with little or no knowledge of African American studies may find this a good supplement. Also recommended to libraries with large collections of materials in the area of African American studies." - Video Rating Guide for Libraries
  • "A very viable and worthy update of the now classic 1968 Bill Cosby film "Black History; Lost, Stolen or Betrayed?" Consider this when budget money becomes available." - School Library Journal

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