Official Trailer | "Black Seeds: BOOK II"
Black Seeds uses dramatic historical reenactments, rare period illustrations and an original music score to explain the socioeconomic reasons behind the development of the transatlantic slave trade and shows how the institution of chattel slavery took root in the United States of America.
Bayer Mack is a nationally-published American entertainment journalist, record executive and award-winning documentary filmmaker. He is best known as the founder of the independent record label Block Starz Music and its subsidiary Block Starz Music Television, which produced the critically-acclaimed 2014 documentary on African-American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux, "The Czar of Black Hollywood", and the 2020 Black Reel Award-winning ethnic hair documentary, "No Lye: An American Beauty Story".
Carey Conley is a graduate of Specs Howard School of Media Arts with 30 years of radio and television experience. He has provided voice work for Comcast, KFC, Chrysler, Michigan State University and Dr. Myles Munroe.
Black Loyalists were escaped slaves and free people of African descent who sided with the British during the American Revolutionary War. Thousands of them achieved their freedom and were relocated to Canada, Sierra Leone and the West Indies.
The military history of African Americans spans from the arrival of the first enslaved Africans during the colonial period of the United States to the present day.
Black Seminoles, or Afro-Seminoles, are descendants of the Seminole tribe, free blacks and escaped slaves in Spanish Florida.
The Haitian Revolution, which began three years before the introduction of the cotton gin, reshaped the United States of America and expanded the institution of slavery.
The radical white abolitionist John Brown believed violence was the only way to end slavery in the United States.
White citizens were a minority in the slave-holding regions of the deep south, so they relied on terrorism to keep the black majority subjugated.
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