Podcasts

The New Deal

When Franklin D Roosevelt became President in 1933 he promised to spend his first 100 days rescuing the USA from ...
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SYMHC Classics: The Sinking of the H.L. Hunley

This 2017 episode covers the story of the H.L. Hunley, which really begins with the Union blockade of the Confederacy ...
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329: Great, Small and Other Expectations: Charles Dickens and His History with America

Charles Dickens died 150 years ago this month. A famous chronicler and critic of English industrial capitalism, Dickens was also ...
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Behind the Scenes Minis: Atlanta History Center and James Baldwin

Holly and Tracy discuss the nuances of what becomes historically significant in our troubled times, and then the continued relevance ...
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The ‘Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes’ anti-racist exercise

When Dr Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968, US school teacher, Jane Elliott, decided to try to teach her ...
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Dragon Psychology 101

Dragons hoard treasure, deep in their lairs. They don’t show it off to their neighbors. Revisionist History applies dragon psychology ...
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The friendship train

The passenger train service between India and Bangladesh was resumed after more than 40 years. The train service had been ...
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James Baldwin

James Baldwin was a brilliant essayist, one of the chroniclers of the Civil Rights Movement, and a powerful voice against ...
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Sex trafficking and peacekeepers

In the late 1990s, whistle-blowers implicated UN peacekeepers and international police in the forced prostitution and trafficking of Eastern European ...
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Revisionist Revisited: The King of Tears

In our last listener favorite, we revisit The King of Tears from Season 2 where Revisionist History goes to Nashville ...
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