Brief and concise historical series with episodes encompassing the African-American experience.

Narrated by renowned intellectual and historian, Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr..Produced by Dyllan Mcgee / Mcgee Media.Executive produced by Dr. Robert F. Smith, Henry Louis Gates Jr., Dyllan McGee & Deon Taylor.Distributed by Hyper Engine & Aone.la.

The GI Bill of Rights
Job Ben Solomon
Birth of Modern Gospel Music
Segregated Travel During Jim Crow
History of the Black Soldier
Oscar Micheaux: The First Black Indie Filmmaker | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
W.E.B. Du Bois: The New Negro at The 1900 Paris Exposition | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
School Racial Integration | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
The Great Migrations | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
The First Underground Railroad | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
The Second Middle Passage | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
Transatlantoic Slave Trade | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
The Birth of Hip Hop | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
Obama's 2008 Election | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
Marcus Garvey | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
Protesting the Birth of a Nation | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
The Beginning of Black History: Juan Garrido | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
Jackie Robinson Integrates Baseball | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
Soul Train | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
Hank Aaron: Breaking the Home Run Record | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
Civil War and Emancipation | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
Fort Mose: The First All-Black Settlement in the U.S. | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
Land: Giving Rise to the Famous Phrase 40 Acres & a Mule | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
The Red Summer | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
Lynching | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
John Lewis: The Fight for the Right to Vote | Black History in Two Minutes (or so)
African American man running newspaper press
First African American Patent Holders
Jack Johnson: Winner of the 1910's
Black Exploration
19th Century Black Discoveries
The Black Church
African American Higher Education
Abolition in the North: Elizabeth Freeman Sues for Freedom
Frederick Douglass
Katherine Johnson
Henrietta Lacks