- A sponsorable documentary special perfect for Black History Month
- A never before told true story about the role free blacks played in the founding of the first city in the United States.
- Full 26 minute version available, as well as five 2-minute segments for play in news.
- Play it on-air, on-line, or in-school. The entire documentary can be given to local schools by the presenting sponsor and TV station during Black History Month for use in their classrooms.
- Market Exclusive
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“Journey” tells the little known true story of the first African Americans to reach the new world - not as slaves but as free men. They were engineers, farmers, and interpreters that helped the Spanish establish St. Augustine.
Establishing a settlement that would later become the first destination for those using the underground railroad, Fort Mose was a garrison community made up of “free blacks” - the first of its kind in the country.
What happened over the next 400 years to the people of Fort Mose, and later Lincolnville and St. Augustine, would culminate in a violent crescendo that pushed the stalled Civil Rights Bill into law.
This is the “Journey”.
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