TalkingBlackinAmerica

Talking Black in America

African American English: an integral part of the historical and cultural legacy of all Americans.

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FirstLanguage

First Language

The amazing story of the Cherokee Indians’ fight to revitalize their native language.

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CoreSounders

Core Sounders

The rich history and legacy of the Down East fishermen and their communities.

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CedarsinthePines

Cedars in the Pines

A portrait of the enduring legacy of 120 years of Lebanese culture in North Carolina.

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Spanish Voices

A chronicle of the changing dynamics of English and Spanish in the Southeastern United States.

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Roy "Flash" Parsons on Ocracoke Island

The Carolina Brogue

A portrait of the vibrant language and life of the Carolina Outer Banks.

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ThisSideoftheRiver

This Side of the River

The story of Princeville, one of the oldest towns in America founded by African Americans.

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QueenFamily

The Queen Family

An account of the roles that music and tradition play in the lives of one Appalachian family.

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VoicesofNC

Voices of North Carolina

A documentary overview of the diversity of language and culture in North Carolina.

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Hyde Talk

A documentary focus on the language, culture and people of Hyde County, North Carolina.

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MountainTalk

Mountain Talk

A lively account of language and life in the Southern Appalachian Mountains.

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Lumbee Girls in Robeson County

Indian By Birth

A portrait of the Lumbee Indians, a Native American tribe with a distinctive dialect of English.

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Ocracoke village on the Carolina Outer Banks

The Ocracoke Brogue

A portrait of the unique people and dialect of Ocracoke Island on the Carolina Outer Banks.

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