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BR-264610-19
Free and Equal: The Promise of Reconstruction in America
Spencer Platt, University of South Carolina, Columbia

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Free and Equal Mobile app (Game/Simulation)
Title: Free and Equal Mobile app
Author: Walking Cinema
Abstract: When and where did the Civil Rights movement being in the United States? "Free and Equal" is an immersive audio and augmented reality drive through Beaufort, South Carolina where America's "First Civil Rights movement" began during the Civil War. Here 8,000 former slaves were given unparalleled arms, education, land, and political power in what became known as the Port Royal Experiment. Step into this experiment through the eyes of one Black soldier and uncover the roots of today's struggle for Black civil rights. To take the tour you will need headphones, a car, good walking shoes, and a fully charged phone. You can take the tour remotely but it's more engaging when done in the National Reconstruction Era Historic Park.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://freeandequalproject.com
Primary URL Description: the accompanying website is still under construction
Access Model: it is free through the Apple, Google Play, and Android app stores
Source Available?: No


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