This series chronicles the full sweep of African American history, from the origins of slavery on the African continent through five centuries of historic events right up to present day -- when America has a black President, yet remains a nation deeply divided by race. It explores the origins of the people from Africa whose enslavement led to the creation of the African American people, as well as the multiplicity of cultural institutions, political strategies, and religious and social perspectives that African Americans have developed against unimaginable odds. All of these elements define black culture and society in its extraordinarily rich and compelling diversity from slavery to freedom, from the plantation to the White House. Hosted by Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and drawing on some of America's top historians and heretofore untapped primary sources, the series guides viewers on a journey across 500 years and two continents to shed new light on the experience of being an African American.
|1||The Black Atlantic (1500-1800)||53:11||43,158 KB/Sec||Download|
|2||The Age of Slavery (1800-1860)||53:12||30,914 KB/Sec||Download|
|3||Into the Fire (1861-1896)||53:11||22,217 KB/Sec||Download|
|4||Making a Way Out of No Way (1897-1940)||53:12||30,457 KB/Sec||Download|
|5||Rise! (1940-1968)||53:11||48,418 KB/Sec||Download|
|6||A More Perfect Union (1968–2013)||53:11||49,921 KB/Sec||Download|