The Emancipation Commemorative Celebration: The Structures and Forces of Slavery

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Title

The Emancipation Commemorative Celebration: The Structures and Forces of Slavery

Subject

African American
History
Slavery

Description

Dr. C.R. Gibbs spoke on April 11, 2006 at the University of the District of Columbia, 4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Main Auditorium, Building 46 and discussed the Structures and Forces of Slavery, Abolition and Resistance to Slavery, The District of Columbia and the National Debate on Slavery, Congress and the Issue of Slavery in the District, Abolition and Emancipation. He goes into detail about all the buildings and places that were known to have kept and sold slaves. He tells the horrific cases that were imposed on slaves in Washington DC. This is one of a series of lectures for the Emancipation Week Commemorative Celebration 2006.

Creator

Humanities Council of Washington DC

Source

Program - Emancipation Day Lecture

Publisher

"HCWDC"

Date

2006

Contributor

DC Office of Cable Television & Telecommunications
The National Endowment For The Humanities "We The People Initiative"
Kafritz Foundation

Rights

Format

DVD

Language

English

Type

Lecture

Identifier

01b.P.2006
419

Coverage

Washington DC
University, District of Columbia

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Original Format

DVD

Duration

01:11:16

Compression

MPEG

Producer

Talaya Grimes
Delanore Bryant

Director

Joy Ford Austin

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