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Darla’s Book Club: Discussing the Game of Thrones Novels

Before Game of Thrones became a worldwide television phenomenon, it was a beloved (and still unfinished) series of novels by noted fantasy author George R. R. Martin. Darla digs into the published novels, including the plots, themes, and character backgrounds. In HD.

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The Wanderer: A Story of Slavery, Survival, and the Strength to Prevail

ITEM #215200

Fifty years after Congress declared the slave trade illegal, slaveowner Charles Lamar embarks on a brazen and unscrupulous scheme to secretly transport enslaved Africans to Georgia. Acquiring the Wanderer, the fastest sailing ship in the New York Yacht Club, Lamar outfits it as a slaver and then quickly sends the vessel to Africa. Uncover the story behind one of the last known slave ships coming to America and discover the distinctive heritage known as Gullah-Geechee culture. In HD.

Access Video On Demand offers a variety of titles to honor and explain civil rights and Black history in America, including these:

  • The Civil Rights Movement (Item #47589)
  • Isaac Pope: The Spirit of an American Century (Item #182998)
  • King in the Wilderness (Item #148962)
  • Clementine Hunter’s World (Item #186565)
  • Slave Trade (Item #206201) and This Land Is My Land (Item #206197) from Finding
  • Your Roots, Season 6
  • Secrets of the Hollow: Last Disintegrated School (Item #206208)
  • Reconstruction: America After the Civil War (Item #188583)

The Queen at War

Princess Elizabeth was a child of thirteen on September 3, 1939, when her father, King George VI, informed the people that Britain was at war. This revelatory documentary tells the story of the Queen’s experiences during WWII and how the longest-reigning monarch in British history was shaped by the war. In HD.