Civil Rights: A History

Civil Rights: A History

“Slavery didn’t end, it just evolved.”      — Bryan Stevenson


Upcoming Discussion of the Series

Tuesday, March 9, 2021, 12:30 PM EST

Panel discussion over Zoom sponsored by Chelmsford TeleMedia

Panelists:

Prof. C. Shawn McGuffey, Boston College

  • Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of African & African Diaspora Studies

Prof. Brenna Wynn Greer, Wellesley College

  • Associate Professor of History

Prof. Ralph Edward Jordan, UMass Lowell

  • Assistant Teaching Professor, Manning School of Business
       
McGuffey Greer Jordan

Please email Jesse Heines if you would like to attend this event.

This program is a 4-part documentary on slavery, lynching, segregation, and mass incarceration and their continuing ramifications for civil rights today.

This website also provides a list of the references used in the program, links to related websites, and information about how the project came about, who the author and producer are, and the names of people who provided technical or content assistance.


Click an Episode below to view a single part of the series or click Play All to view all four parts in succession.

Episode 1
Slavery

Episode 2
Lynching

Episode 3
Segregation

Episode 4
Mass Incarceration

 

Play the Complete Series

Chelmsford TV
Broadcast Schedule

Part 1:  Mon Jan 4 7:30 PM   Part 2:  Mon Jan 11 7:30 PM
Wed Jan 6 9:00 AM   Wed Jan 13 9:00 AM
Sat Jan 9 7:00 PM   Sat Jan 16 7:00 PM
 
Part 3:  Mon Jan 18 7:30 PM   Part 4:  Mon Jan 25 7:30 PM
Wed Jan 20 9:00 AM   Wed Jan 27 9:00 AM
Sat Jan 23 7:00 PM   Sat Jan 30 7:00 PM
Part 1:  Mon Jan 4 7:30 PM
Wed Jan 6 9:00 AM
Sat Jan 9 7:00 PM
Part 2:  Mon Jan 11 7:30 PM
Wed Jan 13 9:00 AM
Sat Jan 16 7:00 PM
Part 3:  Mon Jan 18 7:30 PM
Wed Jan 20 9:00 AM
Sat Jan 23 7:00 PM
Part 4:  Mon Jan 25 7:30 PM
Wed Jan 27 9:00 AM
Sat Jan 30 7:00 PM


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