S05 E18: Discussing the Reconstruction Era with Dr. William Horne

Professor William Horne of Villanova University walked us through the least discussed time period in African American history: The Reconstruction Era. Reconstruction should have been the start of the U.S.A. version 2.0. It was a brief time period when African Americans were on the road to attaining equity and a seat at the table before the Jim Crow Era stripped that progress away in terms of Black legislative policymaking.

In this episode, we spent the hour discussing aspects of Reconstruction that have not been publicly discussed.

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