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The story of John Horse and the Black Seminoles has been largely untold, but they deserve to be remembered for a number of reasons: - They created the largest haven in the U.S. South for runaway slaves. - They led the largest slave revolt in U.S. history. - They secured the only emancipation of rebellious slaves prior to the U.S. Civil War. - The formed the largest mass exodus of slaves across the United States and, ultimately, to Mexico. Learn more about this remarkable story that has been overlooked by Hollywood, popular culture, and even historians. This group of freedom fighters—who ultimately found peace, liberty, and prosperity—is worth remembering.
1963 The Year That Changed Everything
1963 changed the direction of the country and Birmingham, Alabama was front and center through it all. "1963- The Year That Changed Everything" chronicles many of the events that happened that year. See and hear first-hand accounts of the boycotts, the Children's March, the integration of the University of Alabama, and the tragic bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. This film offers unique insight into the conditions so prevalent in the South at the time, and the bravery of those who were determined to change things. The film features special appearances by Carolyn McKinstry, Shelley Stewart, Sara Collins Rudolph, Barnett Wright, Joe Langston, Dr. Jesse Lewis and some of the unsung "foot-soldiers," who as children, marched and were jailed. A film by John Jenkins. 59 Minutes. Wide Screen. HD.