It was a phone call from a friend that led environmental journalist and filmmaker Ben Raines on the journey to uncovering history in the black waters of the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta.
It was Raines who located the sunken remains of the Clotilda, the last known American slave ship in the shallow waters near Twelvemile Island…
Hiztorical Vision Productions founder and Troy University alumnus Theo Moore has created a new documentary to explore the history and future of Africatown – “Afrikan By Way of American.”
Africatown is a community in Mobile, Alabama formed by the descendants of slaves aboard America’s last slave ship, Clotilda.
Moore, who founded HVP in 2017 to…
Throughout history and in the classroom, the role and contributions of African Americans in textbook history courses can be overlooked. Archives are harder to find, lineage is harder to trace and achievements go unnoticed.
Troy University graduate Theo Moore started his short film production company, Hiztorical Vision Productions, as a solution to this problem.
Two members of Congress will serve as keynote speakers during the 2018 Leadership Conference Celebrating African American History Month Feb. 2-3 at Troy University.
Rep. John Lewis, who represents Georgia’s fifth Congressional District, will deliver the conference’s opening address on Friday, Feb. 2, in Sartain Hall on the Troy Campus. The opening session will begin…