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Black America

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From slavery through the election of Vice President Kamala Harris, here is the history of Black America told through striking photographs and compelling narrative that captures many of the key joys, struggles and milestones. Learn about the first Black Americans and the origins of slavery, including Harriet Tubman, Nat Turner's Rebellion, Frederick Douglas and the Civil War. Explore the long fight for freedom through Jim Crow, W.E. Dubois, the Tulsa Massacre and the rise of MLK, Malcolm X and the Black Panther Movement. Discover the joys of the Harlem Renaissance, Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock and the rise of Hip Hop. And find out the story behind Muhammad Ali's Rumble in the Jungle, the desegregation of professional sports, and how black sports stars from Hank Aaron to Lebron James have fought to make their voices heard.


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Pages 160
Publish Date 2023-02-28
Series Visual History
Size 8.5" x 11.0" x 0.0"
Author Kehinde Andrews, Dr. Peniel E. Joseph, Erica Armstrong Dunba


About the Author

Kehinde Andrews (Author)
Kehindee Andrews is an academic scholar specializing in Black studies, and author of The New Age of Empire.

Dr. Peniel E. Joseph (Author)
Dr. Peniel E. Joseph is an historian, scholar, teacher on race issues, and author of The Sword and the Shield, and The Third Reconstruction.

Erica Armstrong Dunbar (Author)
Erica Armstrong Dunbar is a professor, social historian, and scholar of urban history, women's history, and Philadelphia history. She has written articles for the New York Times, The Nation, USA Today, and Boston Globe. She is also the author of Never Caught, which received a National Book Award Nomination, and She Came to Slay.

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