This Slavery by Another Name unit focuses on the importance of documenting and preserving history, including “hidden histories” like forced labor in the American South, while also considering methods of historical interpretation.
This oral history clip recorded in partnership with Slavery by Another Name is a first-person account from Sam Pollard, the director of Slavery by Another Name, about the use of film in documenting and preserving history.
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