black-history-collection-1Soundview offers a series of collections that when purchased provides a savings vs. the purchase of the films individually. This collection, entitled Black History Collection 1 consists 3 films (below) at a 15% discounted collection price for DVDs w/PPR or DSLs.

For more information or to watch the trailer for the individual films, click on the hyperlinked titles:

You Belong To Me: Sex, Race and Murder in the South (Ruby McCollum Story) (Individual cost $195)

3 stars [out of 4] “You Belong to Me is a disturbing story of race and justice in the Jim Crow-era American South. Recommended” – Video Librarian

Circle Unbroken – A Gullah Journey from Africa to America (Individual cost $200 DVD w/PPR)

“3-stars: Singleton-Prather also provides an overview of the abolitionist movement, the Underground Railroad, the Civil War, and the Emancipation Proclamation. Students of African-American history will find much of interest here. Recommended.” – Video Librarian

Contradictions of Fair Hope, The (Individual cost $200)

The film sets the stage in rural Alabama, prior to Emancipation, and traces the development, struggles, contributions and gradual loss of tradition of one of the last remaining African American benevolent societies, known as “The Fair Hope Benevolent Society.” “Whoopi Goldberg lends her voice as narrator of this documentary, which has already taken home 17 awards” – WGBH


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