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May Promotion

Free TVGuardian & Free DVD Player! Brought to you by African-American Unschooling DVD Library

Due to popular demand, we're bringing back not only the free TVGuardian but the free DVD Player as well! That's right, you have the choice between a free TVGuardian or free DVD Player with any annual membership and we're making it affordable with Easy Pay. Two great opportunities to enjoy the world's largest Family Friendly DVD rental service!.

With Easy Pay, you can enjoy an annual DVD membership for as little as 4 monthly payments of $49.95. And you'll receive a free TVGuardian (retail value of $79.95) or a free DVD Player (retail value of $99.95).

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African-American Unschooling has over 12,000 Family Friendly DVDs from G-rated and PG-rated new releases to Hollywood classics, including all of your favorite documentaries and television series. We also have the largest educational DVD library in the world. We rent the same exact titles that top schools use.

There are never any late fees and no additional costs. Simply make your DVD rental selections on-line and in 2 to 4 days your rentals will arrive by 1st class mail. Keep the DVDs as long as you like. To return them, place the DVDs in the self-addressed, prepaid envelope and drop them in the mail. African-American Unschooling pays for everything!

Look for the following titles in the African-American Unschooling DVD Library:


Visit all 55 American National Parks in 2 volumes running 4 hours on 2 discs. Tour every one of America's great national parks and see for yourself why each is a treasured part of our national heritage. From Alaska and Hawaii, to Florida and Maine.


Long before world music became a record store staple, Americans were singing along to the sweet sounds of Celia Cruz and dancing to the rhythmic beats of Tito Puente. Harry Belafonte hosts this globe-trotting, star-studded celebration tracing the history of the popular sounds we call Latin music.


This deeply human documentary examines the subjects of environmental destruction from two distinct angles. Impoverished migrant workers are chopping down the Amazon rainforest to create charcoals for pig iron production used primarily in the automobile industry. The film examines their daily lives and work as they burn timber in igloo looking huts, their bodies charred gray for $2 a day, children and elders alike, struggling to get ahead. Beautifully photographed, critically acclaimed, award winning.