Book 2: The History of Africans in America
by Bayer Mack
SLC - ROOM 115
Description: John Brown is dead, but the African-American fight for freedom continues. After northern industrialists and southern planters work together to create a booming Antebellum economy and class system based on cotton and cheap immigrant labor, the country splits over the issue of slavery and descends into a bloody Civil War.
Directors Bio: Bayer Mack is a nationally-published American entertainment journalist, record executive and award-winning documentary filmmaker. He is best known as the founder of the independent record label Block Starz Music and its subsidiary Block Starz Music Television, which produced a critically-acclaimed 2014 documentary on African-American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux ("The Czar of Black Hollywood") and the 2020 Black Reel Award-winning ethnic hair documentary, "No Lye: An American Beauty
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