The History Makers: Success

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Released 2004

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The History Makers: Success

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2004
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The History Makers: Success shares the stories of a multitude of African-American history makers, including civil rights leaders, actors and authors. Hosted by James Avery, this inspiring documentary features the actor poet and director Ossie Davis, author Terry McMillan, social activist and civil rights leader Horace Julian Bond, singer Isaac Hayes, singer Dionne Warwick and many others who share their inspiring stories of success in the first installment of this series. These African-American leaders share their stories of success and triumph which were achieved through a good education, dedication to hard work, relentless determination and the bravery to take risks. This uplifting documentary takes an insightful look at the hard-won victories of many African-American, including both the well-known and the unsung heroes. This series is sure to both inspire and uplift you as you learn of the struggle these individuals faced and how they collectively overcame these challenges through the force of will.
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    African-American Heritage, Culture, History