Plus Pilots: Black Americans and the Revolutionary War

Rated 5 out of 5 by from A balanced review and understanding of the rational behind the reasons for the blacks involvement in both sides of the conflict.
Date published: 2020-10-04
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Plus Pilots: Black Americans and the Revolutionary War
1: Plus Pilots: Black Americans and the Revolutionary War

Thousands of black men, free and enslaved, served in the military during the American Revolution in hope of emancipation, citizenship, and equality. As a result of the war, see how they formed their ideology for emancipation from slavery based on the principles of freedom, equality, brotherhood, and justice.

36 min