Category: African American


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All Our Kin: Strategies for Survival in a Black Community

By: Carol B. Stack

Price: $2.95

Publisher: Harper & Row: 1975

Seller ID: 65548

ISBN: 281BUI1000023

Condition: Used - Very Good

top 1/3 of rear cover torn away, rubbed View more info

Big Cypress

By: Merwyn S. Garbarino

Price: $3.95

Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.: January 1972

Seller ID: 72582

ISBN: 0030866723

Condition: Used - Good

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Calvin Littlejohn: Portrait of a Community in Black and White

By: Mr. Bob Ray Sanders

Price: $23.95

Publisher: Texas Christian University Press: September 2009

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Inscribed by Author

Seller ID: 74024

ISBN: 0875653812

Condition: Used - Like New

In 1934, the year Calvin Littlejohn came to Fort Worth, the city was a sleepy little burg. This was the Jim Crow era, when mainstream newspapers wouldn't publish pictures of black citizens and white photographers wouldn't take pictures in black schools. In Fort Worth, Littlejohn began what would become a lifelong career of documenting the black community. And there would be nothing remotely related to the white culture's depictions of Amos 'n' Andy or black kids grinning over a slice of watermelon in Littlejohn's portrayal of his adopted home and the people he came to appreciate and ... View more info

Common Sense About Race

By: Philip Mason

Price: $9.95

Publisher: Macmillan: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 16855


Condition: Used - Good

Type: Ex-Library lightly rubbed, minor foxing to end papers, typical library stampings & pastings, else clean & tight View more info

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The Defender: How the Legendary Black Newspaper Changed America

By: Ethan Michaeli

Price: $5.95

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: January 2016

Seller ID: 74068

ISBN: 0547560699

Condition: Used - Good

Giving voice to the voiceless, the "Chicago Defender" had a reach and influence extending far beyond Chicago. The newspaper and the family behind it condemned Jim Crow, catalyzed the Great Migration, fostered the integration of the U.S. armed forces in the wake of World War II, and laid the groundwork for the civil rights movement. Over the years, the "Defender"'s staff included an unparalleled collection of writers, intellectuals, and activists: Ida B. Wells, Langston Hughes, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Jesse Jackson were among the better-known bylines, but there were hundreds of less celebrated repo... View more info

The Peculiar Institution: Slavery in the Ante-Bellum South

By: Kenneth M. Stampp

Price: $3.95

Publisher: Vintage: February 1964

Seller ID: 74764

ISBN: 0394702530

Condition: Used - Good

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