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1 A Novel by Ernest J. Gaines - THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MISS JANE PITTMAN -

(The Dial Press) - (1971) - (First Edition) - (Hard Cover, W/Dust Jacket) - Used, Very Good, (Pages Are Unmarked) - (Small shelf wear on spine of Jacket and at front edge of bottom corner) - (Civil Rights Movement) - (245, Pages) - 

A legendary , strong, wise, female, poetic, tour-de-force, elderly figure created by the author to represent the social experiences of African Americans up until this period in time in the 1960s. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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2 Adele Logan Alexander - HOMELANDS AND WATERWAYS: The American Journey of The Bond Family, 1846-1926

(Pantheon Books) - (1999) - (Hard Cover - W/Dust Jacket) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Biographical) - 

The story of One family with Two cultures - One side European American and the other one African American. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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3 Alexander Thomas, M.D. & Samuel Sillen, Ph.D.; Introduction - Kenneth Clark - RACISM AND PSYCHIATRY -

(Citadel Press) - (1991) - (Soft Cover - Laminated)- Used, Very Good (Plus)- (Racism, Ethnocentric sciences 

A must read for anyone who views racism as only prejudice and other mental states. This volume presents the notion that racism is an institutionalized way of life in an Ethnocentric European dominate American society. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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4 Belinda Hurmence - SLAVERY TIME: WHEN I WAS CHILLUN

(G. P. Putnam's Sons) - (1997) - (Soft Cover - Laminated) - Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Signed by Author) (Enslavement of Children) - 

This work is drawn from the 1936, Federal Writers' Project. Stories, as told to intervers by former slaves. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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5 Betty DeRamus - FORBIDDEN FRUIT: Love Stores From The Underground Rail Road

(Atria Books) - (2005) - (Hard Cover - W/Dust Jacket) - (Used, Very Good - (Plus) - (Used, Very Good - (Plus) - (Biographical, Underground rai 

Forbidden Fruit is a heretofore untapped vein of American culture. This volume tells of interracial love stories from the underground railroad between European Americans, free Africans and slaves. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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6 Betty Wood - THE ORIGIN OF AMERICAN SLAVERY: Freedom And Bondage In The English Colonies -

(Hill And Wang) - (1997) - (Hard Cover, W/Dust Jacket) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Slavery in British Colonies) (132, Pages) - 

This (132) page book (great things come in small packages) provides us with a new assessment of a pivotal time in the formation of the United States, and presents us with thought-provoking insights into the role the British government played in the development of the "peculiar institution" of slavery. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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7 Brenda Wilkinson - THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT: An Illustrated history -

(Random House) - (1997) - (Hard Cover - W/Dust Jacket) - Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Like New, Very Good, (Plus) - (African American Experience) (160 Glorious Pages) - 

This "Coffee Table Size" volume recounts the historical background of Africans in America, beginning with their earliest arrivals from Africa, and describes the crucial events (and experiences) leading up to the freedom movements of the 1950's and 1960's. The author also portrays, in words and vivid images, the courage and conviction of the organizers, protesters, and ordinary people embroiled in African Americans' struggle for equality. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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8 Bruce Watson - FREEDOM SUMMER -

(Penguin Books) - (2010) - (Hard Cover - W/Dust Jacket) - (Used, Very Good) - (Used, Very Good) - (Civil Rights Movement) - (369, Pages) - 

This is a first-rate, in-depth study of more than 1,000 Black and White volunteering young men and women, who were trained in civil disobedience, who risked their lives to participate in the registration of African American voters during the Mississippi "Freedom Summer of 1964." A must read for all who are interested in one of the pivotal points of the Civil Rights Movement. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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9 Calvin C. Hernton - COMING TOGETHER: Black Power, White Hatred, and Sexual Hang-Ups -

(Random House) - (1971) - (Hard Cover - W/Mylar Dust Jacket) - (Used, Very Good) - (African American Gender Roles 

Calvin, Hernton, This book answers the following question (and others), "What kind of sexual roles, concepts and practices have African Americans men and women come to have towards each other as a consequence of living in a world of White hate for four hundred years? 
Price: 30.00 USD
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10 Carl N. Degler - NEITHER BLACK NOR WHITE : Slavery and Race Relations in Brazil and the United States

(University of Wisconsin Press) - (1971) - (Soft Cover - Laminated) - Used, Very Good - Compar. Brazil. U. S. Slavery (302 Pages) - 

In this very important study, the author scholarly defines the differing courses of slavery and race relations between two country, Brazil and the united States. Brazil never developed a system of rigid segregation, such as appeared in the United States. Africans in Brazil were able to gain economically and retain far more of their African culture; On the other hand, the author rejects the theory that slavery in Brazil was more humane. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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11 Charles Johnson & Patricia Smith - AFRICANS IN AMERICA: America's Journey Through Slavery -

(PBS - WGBH-Boston Broadcast) - (1998) - (Soft Cover - Laminated) - (Used, Very Good) - (Peabody Award Winning Book) - 

This is the Peabody Award Winning, One Book & Two Tape Set), as seen on PBS - WGBH-Boston Broadcast. It is the remarkable African's journey through slavery - This groundbreaking DVD Set Special will challenge everything you though you knew about slavery. This special DVD features include: Access to the African in Americas Web Site, including a Resource Bank, Teacher's Guide, and Youth Activity Guide - Chapter search - Captions - Dolby sound - Two bonus songs from the African in America soundtrack. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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12 Charles L. Blockson - THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD: First-Person Narratives of Escapes to Freedom in the North

(Prentice Hall Press) - (1987) - (Hard Cover - W/Dust Jacket) - (Used, Very Good) - (Used, Very Good) - (Biographical, Underground Rai 

In many cases, slaves have been portrayed as passive victims, waiting to be led out of slavery by European American rescurers. This was not always true. Many slaves played active roles in their own escapes, such as "Box Brown," Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, Thomas Garrett, Harriet Tubman, (the most famous Underground Conductor), and many others. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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13 D. Clark-Hine, & E. Jenkins - A QUESTION OF MANHOOD: A Reader In U. S. Black Men's History Of Masculinity Volume l: "Manhood Rights": The Construction Of Black Male History And Manhood, 1750-1870 -

(Indiana University Press) - (1999) - (Soft Cover - Laminated) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (African American Manhood) - (599, Pages) - 

Clark-Hine, Jenkins, Popular imagination, media, and social science literature have focused on the African American male as a criminal, violent, a family deserter, a lazy and shiftless predators who is extremely self-centered. But research and historical records are clear that throughout the African American experience in the United States, large numbers of African American men have pursued caring for their family, freedom and equality as their most precious goals, and in time of peril, have not hesitated to resist White domination, even at the risk of death. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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14 Dan Kimpel - NETWORKING in the MUSIC BUSINESS: Making The Contacts You Need To Succeed In The Music Business -

(Writers Digest Books) - (1993) - (Hard Cover) - (Used - Very Good - (Plus) - (Music Business Networking) - (122 pages) - 

In such a small 122 page hard cover book, the author uncovers buried treasure of the vital steps of entertainment networking, such as: !, Understanding what networking is, and how to make the most of what you know and who you know. 2, Learning where the power is in the industry - plus the lowdown on the current state of the music business. 3, Where to go to make contact with the decision makers. 4, How to asses your talents - and how to make the most of them. 5, Concrete tips of making contacts from your hometown. 6, A networking checklist and a resource list of music industry events, organizations and publications to get you on your way. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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15 David M. Oshinsky - WORSE THAN SLAVERY: Parchman Farm And The Ordeal Of Jim Crow Justice -

(The Free Press) - (1996) - (Hard Cover - W/Dust Jacket) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (African American Imprisonment (306 Pages) - 

"Lacking even protection given valuable property, African Americans in Mississippi Prisons did indeed suffer horrors worse than slavery." This Book goes to the heart of our nation's struggle with race, crime, and punishment that is too often handed-out, by America's legal system, to African American Men and Women. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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16 David W. Blight, Editor - PASSAGES TO FREEDOM: The Underground Railroad in History and Memory

(Smithsonian Books) - (2004) - (Soft Cover - Laminated) - (Used - Very Good - (Plus) - (Coffee Table size, Quick Ref) (Oversize) - 

In this volume, the author brings together a remarkable series of essays and a treasure trove of visual images that give the reader an up-to-date account of slavery and emancipation in the United States. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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17 Dick Gregory with Robert Lipsyte - NIGGER: An Autobiography by Dick Gregory -

(E. P. Dutton) - (1964) - (First Edition) - Used - Very Good, (Plus) - (Hard Cover, W/Dust Ja (Used, Very Good, (Clean, Plus) - (Used, Very Good, (Clean, Plus), Very Small 1/2 tear at corner-bottom of dust cover) - (Autobiographical) - (224, Pages) - 

The "Original King of Comedy." The first African American to Appear on a Night Talk show (To Night Show, With Jack Parr). 
Price: 150.00 USD
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18 Dorothy Sterling, Editor - WE ARE YOUR SISTERS: Black Women in the Eighteenth Century

(W. W. Norton & Company) - (1984) - (Soft Cover, Laminated)- (Used, Very Good, (Plus)- Afric. Americ. Women, Slavery (535, Pages) - 

This richly and deeply researched, sensitively edited, documented and annotated volume portrays indelibly, in their own words, the lives of free and slave African women in America before, during and immediately after the Civil War. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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19 Edited by Bucklin Moon - PRIMER FOR WHITE FOLKS -

Doubleday, Dorn - (1945) - (Hard Cover) - (Used, Very Good) - (Race Relations -1945) - 

This volume deals with race relations between African and European Americans during the 1940s. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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20 Forrest G. Wood - THE ARROGANCE OF FAITH: Christianity and Race in America from the Colonial Era to the Twentieth Century

(Alfred A. Knopf) - (1990) - (Hard Cover, W/Dust Jacket) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Used, Very Good, (Plus) - (Christianity & Controversial) (517, Pages) - 

In this volume, the author reveals what he argues is the inherent racism of American Christianity; how it came to be (its origin), and how it was used to grant White Europeans the kingdom of the earth over nearly a third of the world, through invasions, Kidnapping, Slavery, Murder, Rape, and Pillaging. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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