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96th Annual Convention 2011-Oct-04 to 2011-Oct-10
Tales from a White Professor at a Racially Mixed School: My Strategies for Reaching Black Students
Tales from an Occupied City: The Civil War in Norfolk, Virginia
Teaching Beyond Literacy: Women Educators' Contributions to the Post-Civil War South
Tell Them We Are Rising: The African-American Educational Experience in the Richmond Area from 1865-1900
The Accomplishments of African American Men During the Civil War
The African American Community in Washington, D.C. Before, During and After the Civil War: Was It Always a Chocolate City?
The Attica Prison Rebellion and the Black Freedom Struggle: Forty Years Later
The Battle of the Crater: The Role of Black Troops in the Petersburg & Richmond Campaign
The Black Campus Movement and the Racial Reconstitution of Higher Education, 1965-1972
The Black Male Crisis: Exploration of the Relationship Between Educational Attainment and the Imprisonment of Black Men.
The Black Phalanx and the Making of a Civil War Era Black Public Historian
The Black Woman and The Civil War: What Roles Did She Play?
Browne-Marshall, Gloria J..
The Cameroons in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, 1767-1837: A Re-examination.
The Civil War and Its Musical Legacy
Mills, Charlotte. and Bolden-Taylor, Diane.
The Civil War in the Memory of African Americans
Jackson II, Ronald.
The Claim of the Negro Ethnologically Considered "(Douglass, 1854)
The Congress of Racial Equality, A Jazz Salute to Freedom, and the Cultural Strategy of the Modern Civil Rights Movement
The Contributions of Federal African American Volunteer Regiments in the Trans-Mississippi Region
The Education of Black Soldiers During the Civil War
The Education of Blacks in Virginia: Civil War to the Present
Brunn, Rachelle. and Byrd, W..
The Female Body as Creative Subversion: The Art of Resistance During the American Civil War
The Fight for Freedom: Fanonian Perspectives on African American Civil War Soldiers and Their Roles in Reconstruction, 1861-1877
The First Anniversary of Freedom: Henry McNeal Turner’s Emancipation Day Speech: A Rhetorical Analysis
The Forgotten Coalition: The Black Church and Black Power in Cairo, Illinois, 1969-1974
The Formation of African American Southern Party Partisanship After the Civil War: Voting in Presidential and Congressional Elections, 1868-1920
Deskins, Jr., Donald.
The Founding of The Free Labor Bank in 1864 and Civil War New Orleans
The Gold Coast and the Impact of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: Abolition Laws and the Start to the Era of Illegal Slave Trading, 1776-1842
The Heart of a Woman: Love and International Revolution in the Work of Maya Angelou
The Image of the Civil War in Black Teen Novels
The Insurrection Proclamation: White Anxiety and Slave Unrest in South Carolina after the Emancipation Proclamation
The Legacy of Harold Cruse for African American Studies at the University of Michigan and Beyond
The Limits of the Rehabilitative Ideal: African American Girls at the Illinois State Industrial School for Girls
The Lingering Light from the Afterflame of War: Racial Violence in Cleveland, Ohio, 1960-1966
The Lynching of the Black Political Body: How Post-Civil War Political Terror Overthrew Reconstruction & Founded the Jim Crow South,1866-1877
The Myth of Slave Contentment - Gabriel's Rebellion (VA) and The Battle of Vicksburg (MS)
Bingham, Haskell. and Bingham, Pamela.
The Neo-Slave Narrative; "If a Negro got legs he ought to use them. Sit down too long, somebody will figure out a way to tie them up."
The New Negro Woman: Gender Politics on the Black Campus
The New Negro and the Modern Girl: Changing Sexual Mores on Black College Campuses
The Other Way Forward: Non-Military Options for Black Missourians During the Civil War
The Politics of Contraband Northern-Southern Perceptions of Black Laborers and the Phenomenology of African American Soldiers
The Power of Powerlessness: 250 Years of Black Female Political Participation
The Richmond LUMPKIN’S JAIL
Lawrence, Grandmother Edna.
The Rise and Fall of Richmond's Slave Jails
The Road to the American Civil War: The Ramifications of the British Emancipation Act of 1833
The Shaw Memorial and The Historical Memory of the Massachusetts 54th Regiment
The South Will Be Invaded: Virginia Union, New Negro Politics, and the Remaking of the Black Radical Tradition
The St. Luke Emporium: Economic Empowerment as Jim Crow Resistance
The Struggle to Make Home Church: African Americans and their White Christian Patrons before and after the Civil War
The Text in Diaspora: The Many Places of Aimé Césaire’s Poetry
The True Glory: Lessons Learned from Two Decades of African American Interpreting the Role of Black Civil War Troops
Gwaltney, Bill. and Sanderson, III, Walter.
The United States Colored Troops and Benjamin Butler, friends or foes?
The Vertiginous Practice and Politics of Passing
The Views and Vision of Nannie Helen Burroughs (1879-1961) - An Assessment Against Our Actions Today
The Working Men: Masculinism and the CPUSA’s Black Nation Thesis
Sangrey, Trevor Joy.
They Didn’t Wait for Freedom: The Education of Black People (Enslaved and Free) in South Carolina 1850 – 1875
Through Race Colored Glasses: The Social Construction of Race in Antebellum America
To Tell the Truth(s): Interpreting Civil Rights History in Prince Edward County, Virginia
96th Annual Convention 2011-Oct-04 to 2011-Oct-10
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