I'm Free
00:00 - 04:10
4m 10s
Alice reads about slavery and its abolishment through the Emancipation Proclamation. She also reads about black history and people who fought for Civil Rights like Malcom X, Fred Hampton, Angela Davis, and Dr. Martin Luther King. She realizes that she has been free despite being treated as a slave.


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