Everyone who has been following the sesquicentennial understands that one of the primary opportunities of the 150th commemoration is the incorporation of interpretations that were not part of the Civil War narrative fifty years ago. The institutionalization of African American, Women’s, and other disciplines began in the 1960s, at the time of the centennial, and reached maturity in the past decade. It is not just the Academy. As readers of The Strawfoot know, museums throughout the United States are offering Civil War related programming right now. The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit is producing a monthly film series through 2015 that promises to be one of the most enlightening. The museum has just released episode six. Here is the first installment: