'Freewater' illuminates little-known Black history; Father's brain injury recovery : Here & Now Amina Luqman-Dawson talks about her novel "Freewater," a fictional account of a society founded by runaway slaves in the Great Dismal Swamp. And, one of filmmaker Tim O'Donnell's first projects is a documentary about his father's brain injury. He talks about "The House We Lived In."

'Freewater' illuminates little-known Black history; Father's brain injury recovery

'Freewater' illuminates little-known Black history; Father's brain injury recovery

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Amina Luqman-Dawson talks about her novel "Freewater," a fictional account of a society founded by runaway slaves in the Great Dismal Swamp.

And, one of filmmaker Tim O'Donnell's first projects is a documentary about his father's brain injury. He talks about "The House We Lived In."

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