off this weekend with author jesse hollins talk about the lives of slaves in the white house. >> i'll begin by saying that i'm delighted to welcome jesse hollins as he presents his second book invisible young story of african-americans in the white house. hollins is a highly media authority who has contributed hundreds of articles of aron american history, politics, news, and makes regular appearances on washington journal. abc news now, using egg exchange and political reporter for associated press and one of the supreme court correspondents and in his first black black men built the capitol he pointed out structure, monuments including capital statue u of freedom and latest offering he has his focus on extense and historically overlooked role of an african-american that played in the history the white house. of our first 12 presidents of our country ten were slave owners. each brought slaves with them to the call toll. here he represents experiences of these men and families and 1600 pennsylvania and profile early chief executive attitudes towards race. bryson author of it'