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In this Bonus Episode, hear the military story of historian, Dr. Marvin Dunn of when he was in the United States Navy, during the Civil Rights Movement. Listen to find out how President Kennedy played a key roll in making Dr. Marvin Dunn an Officer...

JOIN US as we revisit the Civil Rights Movement in St. Augustine, Florida. In this very special episode, Dr.’s Marvin and Raymond Dunn revisit some of the historic civil rights events that took place in St. Augustine, Florida. Our special “Through Black Eyes: Unfiltered” guests...

Season 2, Episode 8, The History of Lynching in Florida Part 2, is packed of brutal stories of lynching in Florida that Dr. Marvin Dunn has researched over many years. The Dunn Brothers share in much detail the stories of Stella Young, a young woman...

When it comes to the horrific act of lynching, most people think of states such as, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama or others states deep in the heart of “Dixie”.  That’s what you were taught, right? Wrong! Listen to part 1 of this episode, The History of...

This week’s episode concludes our two-part series on Slavery In Florida (Part 2). Through Black Eyes: Unfiltered's host, Dr. Raymond Dunn asks challenging questions of his brother and Florida Historian, Dr. Marvin Dunn. If you think you learned a lot from Part 1, check this...

In this week’s episode, Slavery in Florida, Part 1, the Dunn Brothers discuss the unfiltered truth about slavery. Their discussion involves the roll sugar played in making plantations profitable and slave masters rich. The discussion also includes how native Africans were captured by rival tribes...

This exciting episode will test your knowledge of some of the early movers and shakers of Miami, Fla. who opened doors, integrated beaches, wrote legal opinions and impacted the Miami/ Florida political system.  Doctor William B. Sawyer was among the first black doctors to practice in...

Prominent Black Leaders Who Shaped and Influenced Early MiamiThis episode provides a glimpse into the multitude of discriminatory laws and “Jim Crow” practices Miami’s black leaders fought to overcome.  Although the city had numerous blacks who would qualify for inclusion in this episode, due to...

In this episode the Dunn Brothers revisit, through black eyes, “The Negro Fort”, that many historians say was the largest community of freed slaves in North America at the time. Dr. Marvin Dunn tells how this haven for escaped slaves and freedmen fell to the...

Doctors Marvin and Raymond Dunn open the new season with a powerful episode about the history of the Black Seminole Indians. The brothers provide answers to questions you always wanted to ask about this little-known part of Black history. Dr. Marvin Dunn, a Florida historian...

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