Talking Black in America
African American English: an integral part of the historical and cultural legacy of all Americans.
The amazing story of the Cherokee Indians' fight to revitalize their native language.
The rich history and legacy of the Down East fishermen and their communities.
Cedars in the Pines
A portrait of the enduring legacy of 120 years of Lebanese culture in North Carolina.
A chronicle of the changing dynamics of English and Spanish in the Southeastern United States.
The Carolina Brogue
A portrait of the vibrant language and life of the Carolina Outer Banks.
This Side of the River
The story of Princeville, one of the oldest towns in America founded by African Americans.
The Queen Family
An account of the roles that music and tradition play in the lives of one Appalachian family.
Voices of North Carolina
A documentary overview of the diversity of language and culture in North Carolina.
A documentary focus on the language, culture and people of Hyde County, North Carolina.
A lively account of language and life in the Southern Appalachian Mountains.
Indian By Birth
A portrait of the Lumbee Indians, a Native American tribe with a distinctive dialect of English.
The Ocracoke Brogue
A portrait of the unique people and dialect of Ocracoke Island on the Carolina Outer Banks.