By Marlene D. Allen,Seretha D. Williams
by means of exploring how authors, filmmakers, historians, and others have interaction and problem the narrative of yankee slavery, this quantity invitations additional examine of slavery in its modern sorts of human trafficking and compelled hard work and demanding situations the misperception that slavery is an occasion of the past.
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Afterimages of Slavery: Essays on Appearances in Recent American Films, Literature, Television and Other Media by Marlene D. Allen,Seretha D. Williams