Who Should Tell the Story of Slavery? Henry Louis Gates on Slave Narratives.
Sally Wasn’t the Only Hemings at Jefferson’s Monticello
How a Cotton Bubble in 1830s Mississippi Revealed the Cracks in the Slave Economy
What Slavery Did to Families, and How They Fought Back
This Haunting Animation Maps the Journeys of 15,790 Slave Ships in Two Minutes
How Did Slavery End in the North?
The History of American Slavery, Episode 3: Complete Transcript
How White Americans Justified Tearing Enslaved Families Apart
Why America’s Revolutionary Fight for Freedom Failed Its Slaves
The Two Court Cases That Effectively Ended Slavery in Massachusetts
Ten Surprising Facts About the Demographics of American Slavery
The Freed Slave Whose Epic Book Tour Taught Britain About Slavery
Puritan Massachusetts Colonists Viewed Slaves as “Family.” Were They?
Read Olaudah Equiano’s Autobiography: The First Widely-Read Narrative of a Freed Slave
The History of American Slavery, Episode 2: Complete Transcript
The Most Detailed Account of a Slave Ship Ever Penned
The Story of America’s First Slaves
The Reason America Adopted Race-Based Slavery
Slave or Enslaved Person? It’s Not Just an Academic Debate.
The (New) History of American Slavery