Widescreen. This compelling seven-part series charts a powerful American saga--the harrowing fight for African American civil rights. The close of the Civil War may have yielded an end to slavery on American soil, but the Emancipation Proclamation was only the beginning of an epic 250-year struggle that continues to this day. Color and B&W. Nearly 6 hours on two DVDs.
Publisher: Mill Creek
Item #: 376107X
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