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Movie Library

The AAS movie library is available to students in the minor who would like to expand their knowledge about the subject.  If you are interested in checking out a movie from our library, please contact the African American Studies Department in Radford 209.



4 Little Girls

A Huey P. Newton Story

A Soldier’s Story

Africans in America: America’s Journey Through Slavery

Black Is Black Ain’t

Citizen King


Devil in a Blue Dress

Ethnic Notions


Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats & Rhymes

I am a Man: Black Masculinity in America

Just Another Girl on the I.R.T.

Killer of Sheep

Nothing but a Man

Passing Strange

Roll Bounce

Slavery in the Making of America (4-disc set)

Strange Days

The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till

Their Eyes Were Watching God

When the Levees Broke

When We Were Kings



A Rage in Harlem

Blues Review

Chester Himes CBS Sunday Morning 8/22/99

Chester Himes: A Writer’s Turbulent Journey

Dennis Haen: Nichelle Tramble Interview

Do the Right Thing

Jackie Brown

L.A. Confidential

Murder in Harlem

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AAS Logo

 Student Ching Ly designed the official African American Studies program logo. Ly's prize-winning logo was unveiled at the Second Annual African American Studies Spring Lecture on April 19, 2007.