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American Cultural History
 African Americans African Americans (1957)
[Model A2Z-DVD-50108] [UPC 882012501085]
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Facing The Challenges!

If one considers factors like the Ku Klux Klan, the Civil War and the Jim Crow system as an overall manifestation of white America’s collective outlook, it can safely be said that African Americans have acquitted themselves admirably. It may be time to take a closer look at our established co-habitants’ social roots. Ignorance, after all, is the mother of bigotry, while information always leads to maturity...

This DVD explores the social and cultural ancestry of African Americans in wide focus, and cannot fail to expand our mental horizons on this valuable segment of our national community.

In the American Cultural History - African American DVD, we are given a humane look at the social and everyday life of colored Americans over a period spanning 40 years.

We Work Again
This fascinating documentary by the U.S. Federal Works Agency traces the African American lot from abject poverty to New Deal assisted prosperity in 1930 Great Depression America.

Sponsor: U.S. Federal Works Agency, Works Projects Administration (WPA)
Producer: Federal Works Agency
Year: 1930
Length: 00:10:57
Audio: Mono
Color: Black & White

Negro Colleges in Wartime
This U.S. Office of War Information clip from 1944 depicts the fact that African Americans were recognized as valuable human assets in the World War II era and shows the process of their college training in that direction. There is, however, inescapable evidence of continuing segregation.

Sponsor: U.S. Office of War Information
Producer: U.S. Office of War Information, Bureau of Motion Pictures
Year: 1944
Length: 00:08:17
Audio: Mono
Color: Black & White

The Plantation System in Southern Life
Produced in 1950 by Coronet Instructional Films, this informational film gives the viewer a fascinating retrospective glimpse of proverbial plantation life in the South. It covers the lot of African Americans before and after their relative emancipation from slave status after the Civil War.

Sponsor: N/A
Producer: Coronet Instructional Films
Year: 1950
Length: 00:10:38
Audio: Mono
Color: Black & White

Palmour Street
This absorbing 1057 documentary sponsored by the Georgia Department of Public Health offers a real-life glimpse of an African American community in Gainesville, Georgia. The accent is on positive and negative family dynamics that are still applicable today.

Sponsor: Georgia Department of Public Health
Producer: Southern Educational Film Production Service
Year: 1957
Length: 00:23:06
Audio: Mono
Color: Black & White

Palmour Street

Produced by Peter Schnitzler for the National Institute of Mental Health, Teddy follows the thinking processes of one teenaged African American in the definitive year of 1971. How has the recent World War affected his people’s outlook? What are his reactions to the systems of education, law and life in general?

Sponsor: National Institute of Mental Health
Producer: Peter Schnitzler
Year: 1971
Length: 00:16:16
Audio: Mono
Color: COLOR


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DVD One : 01:09:50


There comes a point in time when living with one’s eyes and mind shut to social realties is no longer a viable option. African Americans are - and have long been - as integral a part of American society as whites are. Though we are probably still decades from a full understanding of this, we have plenty of documentary evidence. On reviewing this DVD (American Cultural History - African American DVD) I was struck by the compassionate and intelligent approach taken in its compilation. I detect the input of psychologists, sociologists and historians in the process of material selection and must state that the impact is quite dramatic.

The fact that these are films from a bygone age (1930-’71) in no way detracts from their relevance, because I know beyond doubt that the issues they raise have timeless application. The concluding film entitled Teddy is practically a contemporary examination of the African American mindset - watching it is both a disturbing and enriching experience. I recommend this admirable collection to all Americans who have, at one time or the other, suspected that we are missing a major point in our national existence by ignoring or being patronizing towards the African American part of our society.


"Yes - these are the facts. Thank you, A2ZCDS - you have made a fearless gesture and I want to thank you on behalf of all of us. Your American Cultural History - African American DVD will go a long way in telling those who don’t really know us that we are valid Americans."

Customer's Name : Yvette Wilberforce (Lorain, Ohio)

"I appreciate the message that the American Cultural History - African American DVD so effectively delivers - we need to reconsider our attitudes. I thank the Lord that my family has always had close ties with the African American community, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t always more to learn. All the documentary films on this DVD are extremely instructional."

Customer's Name : Luella B. Wright (San Antonio, Texas)

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Product Details
Video Run Time - 1:09:50
Video Format - NTSC
Aspect Ratio - 4:3 Standard
Region Code - Worldwide
Packaging Type - Amaray
Audio Languages - English
Release Date - 1957
UPC - 882012501085
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