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Association for the Study of African American Life and History 2007-Oct-02 to 2007-Oct-07
""A.M.E. Tradition and Community in Denver: The Case of Shorter A.M.E." by Ashley Stalcup, Undergraduate Student of Metropolitan State College of Denver
"African American Shifts in Education"
"African American Women and Westward Migration: Studies of the Bureau of Land Management"
"African Philosophical Foundations of World Justice: The Challenges of Teaching African Principles of Law to a United States Audience"
"Afrocentricity and the Black Intellectual: Carter G. Woodson, W.E.B. Du Bois and E. Franklin Frazier: Fathers of Black History and Militant Journalism, and the Son of the Crisis"
"After Slavery: Migration to the North Side of the Arkansas River"
"Baltimore, Cumberland and Cambridge Maryland: Three Cities Investigated"
"Baltimore, Maryland, History and Culture: New Paradigms Studies"
"Black Mythic Heroes of the Jim Crow Era"
"Black Power in Canada"
"Breakfast on the Westside and Lunch on the Eastside: Desegregation of Denver's Pubic Schools," by Terri Smith, Undergraduate Student of Metropolitan State College of Denver
"Compared to What": Black Nationalist Historiography and the (Contemporary) "Negro Problem/Negro Question" School of Thought, 1944-1970
"Denver's Black Community, 1870-1930," by Sabrina Williams, Undergraduate Student of Metropolitan State College of Denver
"Developing an Africana Studies Online Course: Afro-Latino Sports and Latin America"
"Education Reform in Africa: Education for Globalization, Progress and Independence"
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A 1921 North Carolina Jury Verdict that Empowered a Black Family and Established Harmony in a Rural Community
A Beautiful Existence: Black Women and their Encounters in the Realm of Otherness
A Book In One Hand and a Picket Sign in the Other: Militancy and Discontent at Black Colleges in the 1930s
A Booker T. Washington Lieutenant in the District of Columbia: James A. Cobb
Jackson, Jr., David.
A Call to Liberate Black Music, Free up our Money and Clean up our Lyrics
A Coxian Analysis of Trade, Race, and the Shaping of South Carolina Plantation Society, 1700-1756
A Knock at Midnight: The Impact of Whiteness on the Formation of Black Civil Rights Ideologies
A Pathway to Success: Promoting High Achievement among African American Students
A Proposal for Teaching the Africana Experience in the Context of 21st Century Africana Studies
A Slave Called Joe
A Study in the Sociology of History: Formalizing Error and Distortion in African American History
Above and Beyond: The Leonard Medical Graduates of Shaw University and the Black Hospital Movement
Adult Education in the Historically Black College and University: 1900-1950
African American Administration of Predominately Black Schools: Segregation or Emancipation in Omaha, N.E.
African American Civil War Soldiers from Maryland and the Fight for Freedom
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Bartow Black and the Heritage of Reconstruction
Black Artists and the Formation of Black Studies at San Francisco State
Black Arts and Black Revolutionary Politics in Chicago During the 1960s
Black De-Colonization, Black Globalization
Black Esthetics of HBCU Campuses
Black Postal Workers and their Fight Against White Supremacy in American Postal Unions, 1939-1962
Black Women in Electoral Politics: An Exploratory Study of Washington, D.C.
Black Women in the Ivory Tower, 1850-1954: An Intellectual History
Brooklyn: The Lost City within a City
Café Con Pan: The Persistence of the Drum in the Olmec Cradle
Calling Culture: Changing Paradigms of the Presence, Importance, and Definitions of African American Culture and Cultural Efficacy
Carter Wesley, the National Newspaper Publishers Association, and the American Military, 1940-1950
Charles H. Wesley and West Indian Emancipation
Class Bias in Present Day School Stratification
Continuity, Rupture, and the Black Power Moment on the Ground
Coping with The Horror of the Horror: Religion and Spirituality in the Slave Narrative
Dangerous Alliances: Free Coloureds & White Slaveholders in New World Slave Societies, 1650-1850
David Wilborn: From Slavery to Freedom
Didn't Cha Know: The Message of Hip Hop and its Impact on Black Female Collegiate Athletes
Dispelling Myths about African Peoples in the Americas through a Culturally Relevant English and History Curriculum
Documenting African American Life in the Jim Crow South
Dr. Carter G. Woodson & Berea College: The Legacy Continues
Durham, N.C.'s First Black Graded School 1880 - 1925
Education, Community and Resilience: Models from the Nation of Islam (NOI)
Enslaved Africans and Mexican Alliances: Implications for Present Day Relations Between Black & Brown Peoples
Environmental Citizenship: Caribbean Literature and the Meaning of Place
Expanding the Context of Freedom: African-American Journalists Explore Colonialism in West Africa During World War II
Florida State Normal and Industrial School for Coloreds: Thomas DeSalle Tucker and His Radical Approach to Black Higher Education
Forging the Path: Philanthropy and Black Civic Organizations
Forms of Neo-slavery in "Parable of the Sower"
Frederick Douglass and the Freedom Manufacturing Company
Uzelac, Coni Porter.
Frederick Douglass on Pictures and Progress
Freedom and the "Ground Crew": SCLC's Field Staff and the Southern Civil Rights Movement
Freeing the Enslaved: The Battle to Ratify the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
From Freedom to Liberation: Margaret Murray Washington's Approach to Community Organizing During the Progressive Era
From Racial Uplift to Hip Hop: A Comparative Analysis of African American Women in Social Movements
From the NAACP To The Monroe Defense Committee: African American Womens Activism
Seniors, Paula Marie.
Gendering Colonial Courts and the Process of Slave Litigation: The Case of Colonial Quito
God of the Blacks: David Walker on Theology and Resistance to Slavery
Growing Up Digital: The Integration of Virtual and Traditional Archives
Wells, Donna. and Forrester, Bernard.
Henry Bibb National Heritage Trail Archaeological Research Project
Henry Highland Garnet Abolitionist Leader
Historical Overview of the Roles of Black Women in Public Service: Washington, D.C.
History as Drama: An Examination of African-American Resistance as Drama in Virginia and Massachusetts
Hollis F. Price and the Public Schools of Memphis
Human Health Challenges in Contemporary South Africa
Imagining Us: Images of African American Women in "The Jeffersons" and "A Different World"
In Between Old and New: Generational Belonging among Former Slaves in the United States
In Defense of Prince Saunders: African American Educator and Proponent of Emigration to Haiti, 1816-1839
Pamphile Miller, Chrislaine.
In the Business of Race: The Contours of Race, Caste, and Labor in Colonial Mexico
Vinson III, Ben.
Jim Crow Meets John Bull: St. Clair Drake and the Pan African Community in Great Britain, 1946-1948
John Henrik Clarke: The Historian as Activist
Legal Status, Social Ties, and the Material Bonds of Slavery in Eighteenth-Century Lima
Liberia: Study of Liberian Government and its Relationship to American Government
Liberia's Angel: The Story of MacDella Cooper
Tibbetts, Tammy. and Faust, Genevieve.
Linking Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Metaphysics and Malcolm X's Machiavellianism to John Conyer, Jr.'s HR40 Reparations Bill
Literature Performs the Blues: An Exploration of Black Womens Protest Literature as a Blues Narrative for Urban Black Woman
Local History and the African American Historical Narrative
Lost Manuscript: Drusilla Dunjee Houston's Book II, Origin of Civilization from the Cushites
Lucia Charun Illescas'Malambo and the African Diaspora in Peru
Harris II, Emmanuel.
Lynching: Discourse, Murder, and the Evasion of Political Economy and Resistance , 1877-1917
Malcolm X and the Black Nationalist Tradition: A Study in Irony
Marching Against the Rhetoric of Blight: The Bud Billiken Parade and Black Chicago, 1940-1965
Marion Cuyjet: Cultural Activist and Visionary of Dance Education in Black Philadelphia
White Dixon, Melanie.
Marketing Protest: Jazz, Black Politics, and the Early 1960s
Maryland State Archives Presents: Beneath the Underground, Flight to Freedom and Communities in Antebellum Maryland
Gartrell, John. and Davis, Maya.
Memory and Slavery in France
Meso African America(s)©: The Case for Examining its Cultural Anthropology and the Exacerbation of Race
Miamis Historic Virginia Key Beach Park: Icon of the Struggle for Freedom in Florida
More Than A Snapshot: Black Omahans, White Supremacy, and the Lynching Of Will Brown
Murrays Encyclopedia in the Practice of a Black Public Sphere
NCCU v. The Social Work Establishment, 1930s
North Carolina African American Women School Teachers and the Struggle for Freedom During Jim Crow
North Carolina's Forgotten Past: Indian Woods, North Carolina and the Merging of Indian, Black and White Peoples From 1584 to Present
Not Between My Thighs: Using June Jordan and Sarah Jones to Foster Critical Readings of Contemporary Hip Hop Texts
Not Yet Uhuru: The Continuing Battle for Black Studies in the Twenty-First Century
Octavia E. Butlers Mind of My Mind as a Neo-Slave Narrative
On Flowers, Men, and Slaves: A Journey through the W.T. Alexander House and Slave Cemetery
Our Inalienable Right to [Health] Care: Blacks, Ideological Whiteness, and the United States Health Care System
Partners or Adversaries?: Working-Class Black Women and the Public Schools in Post World War II Philadelphia
Passing On: Hip Hop, Tap and the Mentoring Tradition
Post Civil War Sierra Leone: The Challenge of Development and the Reality of Medical Pluralism
Professionalizing the Black Female Body: Race, Gender, and Business in James VanDerZees Photographs
Queen Califa, the Mythological African Amazon for Whom California Is Named: Her Cultural Legends and Africans in the Ancient Americas
Race Still Matters: Whiteness, Beauty Culture & Afro-Latinidad among the Dominican Diaspora in the United States
Race(ing) into the Publishing Marketplace
Razors, Rights, and Paradoxical Publics: Black Barber Shops and the Civil Rights Act of 1875
Remembering a 'Golden' Past: Dexter Avenue Baptist Church Congregants and the Making of Identity in the Post-Civil-Rights United States
Report on NEH-Funded Projects: From "Behind the Veil" to "Race and Place."
Report on Oprah Winfrey's South African Academy for Girls
Report on one of America's 400th Anniversary's Jamestown Democracy Conferences
Newby-Alexander, Cassandra. and Alexander, William.
Representations of Black Thought
Repudiating the Forced Choice: Nineteenth-Century Black Women Respond to the Contrived Gender/Race Dichotomy
Rethinking the Ring Shout: Dance of the Lost Hoodoo Religion
Runaway! Going, Going, Gone. A Painting Series.
Saisiyats Taiwanese Aboriginals: The Afro-Asian Connection
Segregation's Differential Impact Upon African American Women's Career Choice Within the Feminized Professions
Selected African America Press Reaction to the Italian Invasion of Ethiopia.
Sharing Our Words: Black Women's Contribution to Racial Uplift
She Walked in Beauty: Maryrose Reeves Allen and Dance at Howard University
Slave Soldiers and Emancipation in the Río de la Plata, 1807-1852
Slavery and ResistanceUsing Literature to Resist Eurocentric Hegemony (Thought and Behavior)
Slavery in Albany New York, 1624-1827
Slavery on the Gold Coast and Rebellion in Jamaica, 1655-1739
Spaces, Blues and "The Invisible Man"
Warner, A. C..
Storytelling Thru Songs Sounds from Slavery to Freedom
Strengths, Struggles, and Sisterhood: Work/Family Balance and the African American Woman
Subjugation and Justification: The Misappropriation of the African Body to the Western World
THe FBI and the African American Freedom Struggle in Eastern North Carolina, 1945-50
Teaching African American History by Examining Street Scholars or Historians without Portfolios
Teaching Slavery at Colonial Williamsburg
Earl, Jr., Larry.
That Supposed To Be Me? Marginalized Young Black Women Talk Back to Hip Hop
The Atlantic Diaspora: African American Communities in Ghana, 1980 to 2005
The Black Resistance Press in African National Politics, 1945-1994
The Brothers Johnson: The Lincoln Film Company and the Role of Black Business in Creating Black Modernity, Culture and Identity
The Carolina Times and the Black Freedom Struggle, 1927-1939
The Church as an Agent of Freedom: First African Baptist, 1788-1856
The Civil Rights Movement in Modern Museums
The Constitution, Citizenship, and African Americans: A Dream Deferred
The Education of Hip Hop and Hip Hop Education: An Examination of Hip Hop Studies and its Impact on Multiple Disciplines.
The Effects of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
The Entrance of Race and Gender in Traditional "Nadir" and Progressive Era Histories
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Vernon Winslow: The Innovative Art Teacher Whose Radio Personality, Dr. Daddy-O, Changed the Sound New Orleans Radio
We're Still Here: The Cultural and Archaeological Significance of the Jonahville AME Zion Church Cemetery
West Indian Day: Transnational Perspectives of Emancipation in 19th Century America
What is in a Deed? Up From Slavery Reconsidered
What to do with a Liberty Pole: Caroline Quarlis on the Wisconsin Underground Railroad
When the Personal Becomes Political: Louise Miller and her Advocacy for Washington's Deaf Children of Color
Where Black is Brown: The African Diaspora in Mexico
Who Freed the Slaves? And Does It Matter? An Adventure in the Politics of Race and History
Who is The Man?: From BLACK FIRE to THE BLACK WOMAN
William L. Dawson and the Negro Folk Symphony: Rediscovering the Missing Link from Africa to America.
Women in the Settlement of Chicago's Black West Side: An Oral History 1920-1950
Association for the Study of African American Life and History 2007-Oct-02 to 2007-Oct-07
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