African American Struggle for Freedom: Rebels and Abolutionists

Video title: Rebels and Abolutionists

Use this African American History and Struggle for Freedom video entitled Rebels and Abolutionists to study African Americans who fought to end slavery, their methods of protest, including private acts of rebellion, armed revolts, and political protests, and how African Americans contributed to the Union victory in the Civil War.

Identify the African Americans who fought to end slavery, and survey their methods of protest, including private acts of rebellion, armed revolts, and political protests. Understand how African Americans contributed to the Union victory in the Civil War.

 

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African American Struggle for Freedom: Rebels and Abolutionists . Learning Objectives for this video:

  • African American Slavery History. Learn about slavery and the Rebels and Abolutionists. Examine the hardships endured by slaves in North America and the protests waged to set them free. Learn how African Americans contributed to the Union victory in the Civil War.
  • Gain insight to the development and operation of the African slave trade from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries and its effect on African culture and society.
  • Understand the reasons the institution of slavery existed in the Americas and why Africans were sent in captivity to the New World to work as slaves.
  • The significant ways in which African American slaves and those freed from slavery contributed to the economic and cultural development of America.
  • Identify African Americans who fought to end slavery, and survey their methods of protest, including private acts of rebellion, armed revolts, and political protests.
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