1. Episode 4: 1909-WWII - Regardless of the Color of One's Skin

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    Beginning with the founding of the NAACP, this episode examines the societal changes that helped accelerate African American advancement in the early 20th Century.

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    • Episode 3: 1870-1909 - Separate But Equal

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      An examination of African-American life through the end of the 19th Century, and the disparity that divided society into "separate but equal" facilities.

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      • The Time Trial of John Brown: Closing Statement 2

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        In this portion of the program The Time Trial of John Brown, a fictionalized John Brown responds to an audience that does not support his actions. This segment is designed to be used with the lesson The Time Trial of John Brown, available here: http://historyexplorer.si.edu/video/johnbrown/Time_Trial_of_John_Brown.pdf

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        • The Time Trial of John Brown: Closing Statement 1

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          In this portion of the program The Time Trial of John Brown, a fictionalized John Brown responds to an audience that supports his actions. This segment is designed to be used with the lesson The Time Trial of John Brown, available here: http://historyexplorer.si.edu/video/johnbrown/Time_Trial_of_John_Brown.pdf

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          • The Time Trial of John Brown: Would slavery have ended anyway?

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            In this portion of the program The Time Trial of John Brown, a fictionalized John Brown argues that his actions were necessary to end slavery. This segment is designed to be used with the lesson The Time Trial of John Brown, available here: http://historyexplorer.si.edu/video/johnbrown/Time_Trial_of_John_Brown.pdf

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            • The Time Trial of John Brown: Was John Brown insane?

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              A portion of the program The Time Trial of John Brown. This segment is designed to be used with the lesson The Time Trial of John Brown, available here: http://historyexplorer.si.edu/video/johnbrown/Time_Trial_of_John_Brown.pdf

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              • The Time Trial of John Brown: Was John Brown a murderer?

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                A portion of the program The Time Trial of John Brown. This segment is designed to be used with the lesson The Time Trial of John Brown, available here: http://historyexplorer.si.edu/video/johnbrown/Time_Trial_of_John_Brown.pdf

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                • The Time Trial of John Brown: Why didn't John Brown use nonviolence?

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                  A portion of the program The Time Trial of John Brown. This segment is designed to be used with the lesson The Time Trial of John Brown, available here: http://historyexplorer.si.edu/video/johnbrown/Time_Trial_of_John_Brown.pdf

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                  • The Time Trial of John Brown: Is violence against the government ever justified?

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                    A portion of the program The Time Trial of John Brown. This segment is designed to be used with the lesson The Time Trial of John Brown, available here: http://historyexplorer.si.edu/video/johnbrown/Time_Trial_of_John_Brown.pdf

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                    • The Time Trial of John Brown: What Happened in Kansas

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                      In this portion of the program The Time Trial of John Brown, the audience learns about Brown's actions during "Bleeding Kansas." This segment is designed to be used with the lesson The Time Trial of John Brown, available here: http://historyexplorer.si.edu/video/johnbrown/Time_Trial_of_John_Brown.pdf

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