Slavery's Biggest Secret -- Hidden facts about how the U. S. North has buried the truth about how “The North Promoted, Prolonged and Profited From Slavery.”  Watch two special programs from the Tony Brown's Journal collection (TBJ #2902 & 2903) that shed light on that very subject.

TBJ #2902 -- Slavery’s Biggest Secret – Part 1: Are there hidden facts on how the North promoted, prolonged and profited from slavery?  The answer to that question is one of many surprising facts about the history of slavery in America. Journalist Anne Farrow, co-author of “Complicity: How the North Promoted, Prolonged, and Profited from Slavery,” exposes the role of the North in the growth of slavery and institutionalized racism in America.

TBJ #2903 – Southern Slavery, Northern Lie? – Part 2: The second installation of a two-part series on the North’s hidden history as a slave region, addresses king cotton and the legal and illegal slave trade, among other historic events.  Journalist Jenifer Frank, co-author of “Complicity: How the North Promoted, Prolonged, and Profited from Slavery,” examines the impact of slavery in the development of the nation.

TBJ #2203 – The Shackled Immigrants:  An exploratory examination of how slavery and racism impacted the social and economic progress of African-Americans as compared to other immigrant groups.

TBJ #813 – Red & Black The First World: The Vanishing Tribe – Part 1: Harvard professor and Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Allen Counter, who is also a Black neuro-biologist from Harvard University, along with Mr. David Evans, explore a primitive culture in Surinam, South America.

TBJ #814 – Red & Black -- The First World: Going Home – Part 2: Harvard professor and Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Allen Counter, who is also a Black neuro-biologist from Harvard University, along with Mr. David Evans, explore a primitive culture in Surinam, South America.