Go Down, Moses Movies & Media Adaptations

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The 1998 PBS series Africans in America traces the history of Africans from the early 1600s to the period just before the Civil War.

Roots, the saga of an African-American family based on the best selling novel by Alex Haley, was re-released by Warner Home Video in 1992.

A 1997 production by Films for the Humanities, Too Close to Heaven, Part I, discusses spirituals and their origins, including the early performances by the Fiske Jubilee Singers.

"Go Down, Moses" is included on a CD released by Pavilion Records in 1995 entitled Marian Anderson Sings Spirituals.

Flight to Freedom: The Underground Railroad, a 1995 release by Films for the Humanities, discusses how spirituals were used as a code on the Underground Railroad.

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