Dunbar on Episode 4 of Roots: “The Ones I’m Missing” | @ProcessHistory

Erica Armstrong Dunbar writes:

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Dunbar on Episode 3 of Roots: “I Decided to Live” @ProcessHistory“

Erica Armstrong Dunbar writes:

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Dunbar on Episode 2 of Roots: “Never Let Them Put the Chains on Your Mind”| @ProcessHistory

Erica Armstrong Dunbar writes:

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Dunbar on Episode 1 of Roots: “The Shame Is Not Ours” | @ProcessHistory

Erica Armstrong Dunbar writes:

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Jackson and Ball Discuss Roots from the 1970s to Now | Interview with the Journal of the Civil War Era

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Elizabeth Motich interviews Kellie Carter Jackson and Erica L. Ball on the TV mini-series Roots and the 2016 remake for the The Journal of Civil War Era :

“This week on Muster, Dr. Kellie Carter Jackson and Dr. Erica L. Ball, authors of the upcoming book, Reconsidering Roots: Race, Politics, and Memory (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2017) talk about history, slavery, and black genealogy in anticipation of The History Channel’s May 31st premiere of a four-part remake of Alex Haley’s 1977 classic series, Roots. After the first episode of Roots, stay tuned for The Roots of Our History, a documentary about the series.

What do you recall about the original 1977 Roots series?

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