Celebrate Black History Month with History

Celebrate Black History month with History

The Department of History is pleased to announce its support for Black History Month on Researchtv, an online streaming service for academics and academic filmmakers. Black History Month is a time to celebrate achievements and examine the challenges faced by people of African descent by reflecting on History. The selected films are available for free around the clock until the end of the month. Notable films include “Dreams Deferred: Legacy of American Apartheid,” a film about the criminal justice system in the United States, “Brother Time,” a film about ethnic passions and tensions in Kenya, “Hard Time,” a film about Robert King of the Angola 3, and “Many Roots, One Law,” a film about the intersection of politics, law and science in traditional medicine in Côte d’Ivoire.

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