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Aftershock: Beyond The Civil War

Aftershock: Beyond The Civil War

Despite common belief, the Civil War does not end in 1865, and the blood of many Americans, mostly blacks, continues to flow freely. It is a period known as "Reconstruction," a time many consider to be one of the darkest in American History. America is supposed to be reuniting, healing its wounds, and moving past civil discord. But by examining what is really going on in some of the states in the post-Civil War South, one can see snapshots of a larger, more menacing picture... a picture shadowed by murder, terrorism, and chaos as "free" black men and women remain enslaved by a South that does not completely surrender. Contains graphic images; viewer discretion is advised.

Aftershock: Beyond The Civil War
Despite common belief, the Civil War does not end in 1865. By examining what goes on in the post-Civil War South, one can see a picture shadowed by chaos as black people remain enslaved.