WETA, PBS, and Henry Louis Gates Jr. shared a passion with us to create this short animated series. We look at just a few pivotal people who brought the reality of the right to gather, read, sing, worship, and made the black church possible in America.
The Hymnist sang praises to celebrate the salvation of the soul and to save the body from slavery.
The Reader risked his life to bring to the whole Church what should have never been prohibited.
The Servant learned and then taught others how to serve more deeply not as a slave, but as a free man. Did you like this series? Take a look at some of our other work!
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