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Title=The Lucent library of Black history

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    The African American religious experience

    200.89
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    The Atlantic slave trade

    306.3
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    The Atlantic slave trade

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Discusses the 400 year Africa to the Americas slave trade and the effect it still has today.

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    Blacks in political office

    320.973
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    Lynching and murder in the deep South

    364.1
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    Lynching and murder in the deep South

    Uschan, Michael V., 1948-

    African-American history is significant and integral to the larger history of the United States. Generously and intelligently illustrated with photographs, maps, charts and graphs.

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    African American folklore

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    African American folklore

    Currie, Stephen, 1960-

    Examines African American folklore in context so that readers will understand the connection between black history and the broad sweep of America's story.

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    The Black Arts movement

    700.89
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    The Black Arts movement

    Robson, David, 1966-

    Discusses the Black arts movement in context, so that readers will understand the connection between black history and the broad sweep of America's story.

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    From ragtime to hip-hop

    781.64
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    From ragtime to hip-hop : a century of Black American music

    Woog, Adam, 1953-

    Examines the diversity of Black American music.

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    Blacks in film

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    Blacks in film

    Lace, William W.

    Examines Blacks in film in context, so that readers will understand the connection between black history and the broad sweep of America's story.

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    Jackie Robinson and the integration of baseball

    796.397
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    Jackie Robinson and the integration of baseball

    Wukovits, John F, 1944-

    A look at the life of the courageous man who was the first African American in Major League Baseball.

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    A history of free Blacks in America

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    v.1

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    A peculiar institution

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    The quest for freedom

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    v.3

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    A dream deferred

    973.089
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    v.4

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    The Harlem Renaissance

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    v.5

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    The Tuskegee experiments

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    The Tuskegee experiments

    Uschan, Michael V., 1948-

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    The fight renewed

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    v.8

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    Ray Charles

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    Ray Charles

    Woog, Adam, 1953-

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    The Civil War and emancipation

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    The Tuskegee experiments

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    The Tuskegee experiments

    Uschan, Michael V., 1948-

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    The Atlantic slave trade

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    306.3
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    The Atlantic slave trade

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Chronicles the history of the Atlantic Slave Trade from the late 1400s to its demise in the 1800s, discussing African participation in the capturing of slaves and slavery in Colonial America.

    Due 10/14/19

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    Lynching and murder in the deep South

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    364.1
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    Lynching and murder in the deep South

    Uschan, Michael V., 1948-

    African-American history is significant and integral to the larger history of the United States. Generously and intelligently illustrated with photographs, maps, charts and graphs.

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    Blacks in film

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    Blacks in film

    Lace, William W.

    Presents a discussion of African-Americans in film, covering stereotypes, "race movies," the evolution of available roles, movies such as "Carmen" and "A Raisin in the Sun," and the work of Sidney Poitier, James Earl Jones, Spike Lee, and others who helped move beyond exploitative themes and characters.

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    Marcus Garvey and the Back to Africa Movement

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