Slavery by Another Name

The Bricks We Stand On

In this 20 minute extra, Douglas A. Blackmon takes us to Atlanta for a look to explore the history of the city and learn about how the project evolved. The author also visits with descendents of historical characters featured in his book and the film who discuss the importance of coming to grips with challenging history.
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