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    AF Jane
    Apr 12
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    Incredible

    When will there be more?

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    Rita Eisenhower
    Apr 10
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    Thank you for an education

    I found this moving, educational and inspiring. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to the crew who produced this.

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    c234&2
    Apr 8
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    Good listen

    Great podcast very informative all the bad reviews are angry white people who can’t admit racism exist

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    SonyBoy66
    Apr 7
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    Great show

    Fantastic and eye-opening retelling of American history from a totally different perspective.

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    Miles-Cali2120
    Apr 6
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    Essential listening

    Essential listening for every American. We can only solve today’s problems when we confront our history honestly.

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    bad idea worse execution
    Apr 6
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    Amazing

    A gut punch fever dream. Unmissable.

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    wellfarechecks on instagram
    Apr 5
    2

    reviewed: 1619

    Very dangerous

    An affront to the republic. The New York Times has a wonderful history and should be ashamed of supporting this very poor and false narrative of American History. Further more these tellings are purely driven by ideology. Not by any love of the past nor of the nation. I’m 4 episodes deep and find myself grossly sickend that some people will be introduced into the past in this manor for the first time. V/R Cincinnatus

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    SilverChart
    Apr 5
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    About Time

    Finally America might have the courage to confront the truth about its white supremacist, racist, holocaust past involving the Black race. Podcasts like this are necessary to break our “whitewashed” history and the denial of the white supremacist mindset this country has had and fought for since the signing of the constitution. No wonder Trump and his Trumplicans want to remove this kind of information, they might have to take their heads out of the sand and face the truth, but then again cowards never can deal with the truth. Great job 1619!! We need more podcasts like yours to get the truth out to so many clueless, ignorant, white supremacist Americans.

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    Exhenduction
    Apr 4
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    reviewed: 1619

    Review

    It is unfortunate that General Mills has discontinued Cracklin’ Oat Brand cereal. We had many excellent mornings together. Every spoonful was pure heaven. I am totally heart broken.

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    Jlawizking
    Apr 3
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    Brilliant just brilliant...

    The truth is the truth...this was beautifully done... GREAT JOB!!!! They want to erase our history and for us to forget, but that’s not going to happen...

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    cheapazz
    Apr 1
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    reviewed: 1619

    Flys in the face of truth.

    Skewed and twisted version of history brought to by the “Klan with a Tan” crowd. Designed for racists who subscribe to critical race theory, not for those with critical thinking skills.

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    armchairargonaut
    Mar 29
    2

    reviewed: 1619

    Sophistry in full swing

    How do you feel about, “trees are unsafe”? It’s a development of critical theory. Particularly uninteresting. However! Intersectionality is destructive nonsense

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    LTMarrero
    Mar 28
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    Brilliant, A history of our country without whitewashing

    I have just listened to “1619” for a second time since first coming across the fascinating 1949 recording of Mr. Fountain Hughes, a 101 year old former slave. It brought me to tears all over again. Thank you Nikole Hannah-Jones. Every episode is enlightening and thought provoking, a history lesson like we were never taught in school in my day. Our country’s deep history of racism and ignorance is devastatingly alive and well today and we must! do better than this. LTMBronx, NY

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    Maura NJ
    Mar 26
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    Brilliant work!

    Love the history thru storytelling. This was beautiful. Thank you for sharing your voices!

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    corey wayne 420
    Mar 25
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    Amazing

    Episode three, the music episode, was literally the best podcast episode I have ever heard. Fascinating and super well done!

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    LiveStrong27
    Mar 24
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    reviewed: 1619

    So much disinformation

    America isn’t founded on slavery. Anyone who reads the Federalist Papers (written by the actual founders), knows they didn’t debater whether to end slavery but how to end it. It was always part of the plan. If America is so racist why do Nigerians do so well? And Asians? And Indians? Why do we take more immigrants than literally any other country? To succeed in america you only have to 1. Graduate high school, 2. Get married (and stay married) before having kids, and 3. Get a job and keep that job, while working hard at it. Do those 3 things, and you have 96% chance of not being in poverty. Stop pretending individuals aren’t responsible for their situation, and some mysterious systemic racism is holding them back. It’s demoralizing and it’s a lie. Awful podcast.

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    12mada1
    Mar 19
    2

    reviewed: 1619

    Left stuff out. 👎🏿

    Left out the complete history

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    mard stevens
    Mar 18
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    reviewed: 1619

    Biased garbage

    Horrible

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    lc7641
    Mar 17
    2

    reviewed: 1619

    Not worth your time

    The first slaves were not slaves but were indentured ‘slaves’ that earned their freedom. You can’t assume you know what people are feelings nag or thinking in the past. Really sad and pathetic. I suggest reading books by black genealogists. Poorly researched great example of agenda setting. I feel sorry for her uncle but this isn’t uncommon for people without insurance or with insurance. When you discuss inequalities with why some struggle in health care, you need to find the why. Sometimes it is just the lack of personal responsibilities. The whole presentation tries to make connections by lifting up one person or aspect rather than looking at facts. This isn’t worth your time

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    Reicher Recording
    Mar 16
    10

    reviewed: 1619

    Incredible!!

    This is a MUST listen. For everyone. Incredible and impeccable on so many levels.

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8 Episodes 28.9k Ratings First Aired: Aug 17, 2019

In August of 1619, a ship carrying more than 20 enslaved Africans arrived in the English colony of Virginia. America was not yet America, but this was the moment it began. No aspect of the country that would be formed here has been untouched by the 250 years of slavery that followed. On the 400th anniversary of this fateful moment, it is time to tell the story. “1619” is a New York Times audio series hosted by Nikole Hannah-Jones. You can find more information about it at nytimes.com/1619podcast.

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8 Episodes 28.9k Ratings First Aired: Aug 17, 2019

In August of 1619, a ship carrying more than 20 enslaved Africans arrived in the English colony of Virginia. America was not yet America, but this was the moment it began. No aspect of the country that would be formed here has been untouched by the 250 years of slavery that followed. On the 400th anniversary of this fateful moment, it is time to tell the story. “1619” is a New York Times audio series hosted by Nikole Hannah-Jones. You can find more information about it at nytimes.com/1619podcast.

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