A young woman, held by one of America’s founding slaveowners, bolts one day for a life of freedom that keeps her on the lam for the rest of her life, …
Two brilliant women—one black, one white—assemble a spy ring in the rebel capital of Richmond, Virginia that eventually attempts a ‘mission impossible’ inside the military planning rooms of Confederate President …
Hey, Uncivil listeners! This week we’re sharing a story from our friends at the The Nod, a podcast that tells the stories of Black life that don't …
A listener voicemail sends us deep down the rabbit hole into one of the most toxic myths of the Confederacy.
Rachel Swarns of the New York Times joins us to discuss what she discovered when she followed the money trail of one of the nation's top financial …
In 1640 three men attempted to escape indentured servitude. The outcome lay the foundation for the split in America that lead to Civil War.
A small shopkeeper in Philadelphia unwittingly stumbles into a con that helps take down the Confederacy.
We dig deep into the anthem of the Confederacy, and learn that almost everything we thought we knew about it... was wrong.
From the cemetery to the big screen, a 150 year old push to rewrite American history.
A woman discovers a secret that the government long tried to keep hidden: a secret about who exactly fought in the Civil War.
A 19th century promise, and a 21st century betrayal. The past and present of 40 acres and a mule.
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A group of ex-farmers, a terrorist from Kansas, and a schoolteacher attempt the greatest covert operation of the Civil War.
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America is divided, and it always has been. We're going back to the moment when that split turned into war. This is Uncivil: Gimlet Media's new history podcast, hosted by journalists Jack Hitt and Chenjerai Kumanyika. …
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