This Side of the River: Self Determination and Survival in the Oldest Black Town in America
Settled by freed slaves in 1865 and incorporated in 1885, Princeville, NC is among the oldest towns in the United States founded entirely by African-Americans. Princeville’s survival through racial prejudice, economic hardships, and devastating floods is an illuminating, and previously untold, chapter of American history.
Produced by Ryan Rowe and Drew Grimes. 52 minutes + bonus features. This is the original, full-length version. A half-hour broadcast version is also available on the compilation The Road Less Traveled (forthcoming).
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