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Reconciling history in black and white [electronic resource] /

Public Affairs Television (Firm)

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Published: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2009], c2007.
Topics: African Americans - History. | Prejudices. | Religions. | Religious institutions. | Stereotypes (Social psychology)
Genres: Educational films. | Internet videos. | Videorecording.
Online Access: Films on Demand Click here for E-video. Restricted to IWU Community.
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245 00|aReconciling history in black and white|h[electronic resource] /|cPublic Affairs Television (Firm)
260 3 |aNew York, N.Y. :|bFilms Media Group,|c[2009], c2007.
300 |a1 streaming video file (50 min.) :|bsd., col., digital file.
500 |aEncoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on Apr. 12, 2009.
500 |aFilms on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
505 0 |aPost-Civil War Lynching (3:47) -- Race and Christianity in America (3:59) -- Blacks, Whites, and Slavery (3:49) -- Faith and Power: Reinhold Niebuhr (4:32) -- Christianity and the Lynching Tree (3:11) -- Metaphor of the Lynching Tree (4:25) -- Racism in America (4:09) -- Divine Love and Racism (3:36) -- Blacks & Whites: Beloved Community (3:48) -- Black Identity and Cultural Heritage (3:15) -- Presidents as Slaveholders (3:25) -- Self-Definition and Rap Music (3:36)
506 |aAccess requires authentication through Films on Demand.
518 |aBroadcast November 23, 2007.
520 |aUsing nightmare images from America's past-the noose, the lynching tree, and other emblems of cruelty-Dr. James Cone sheds light on the lingering presence of hatred and terror in our national consciousness. Cone, a Union Theological Seminary professor and author of the highly acclaimed God of the Oppressed, talks with Bill Moyers about the meaning of these and other symbols.
521 2 |a11 & up.
538 |aMode of access: Internet.
538 |aSystem requirements: FOD playback platform.
588 |aTitle from distributor's description.
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