The New Plantation
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📒The New Plantation ✍ Billy Hawkins
✏The New Plantation Book Summary : The New Plantation examines the controversial relationship between predominantly White NCAA Division I Institutions (PWI's) and black athletes, utilizing an internal colonial model.
📒The New Plantation ✍ Sandra Snowden
✏The New Plantation Book Summary : The Baskets, who are driven by their ancestors, are looking for a better life that includes an inheritance. Their journey includes the breakup of their family, spiritual confusions and considerations, joy, sadness, and despair. Yet, they are determined that the ancestors are right and that they will experience the better life. Their oldest son Abunda, the renegade, is determined that he will not live as a slave and be denied the opportunities that he has heard about which exist outside of his small world. In his quest, he comes face to face with his ancestors and the White mans God. Who is right? His ancestors or God? Why does a good God allow bad things to happen to the Colored people? The New Plantation is a story of mystery, intrigue, humor, romance and spirituality. As the story unfolds, it draws you into the journey of The Baskets and Abundas separate journey to find the better life. Sandra Snowden, according to the many that know her, will tell you that she loves the Lord Jesus Christ first and foremost. She is a gifted teacher, a discipler, an administrator, and a Non-Profit Consultant. She is a single mother of three grown daughters and has assisted them in rearing five grandchildren. Sandra is a native of Annapolis, Maryland but has resided in the Atlanta, Georgia area for the last 14 years.
📒A New Plantation World ✍ Daniel J. Vivian
✏A New Plantation World Book Summary : Examines the creation of 'sporting plantations' in the South Carolina lowcountry during the first four decades of the twentieth century.
📒A New Plantation South ✍ Jeannie M. Whayne
✏A New Plantation South Book Summary : In A New Plantation South, Jeannie M. Whayne traces the emergence of a transformed southern plantation system in the Arkansas delta decades after the end of the Civil War. By manipulating laws and federal and state agencies to gain control over land policy, labor recruitment, and financing, Poinsett County planters were able to create a plantation system in the Arkansas delta. The consequences for landless farmers were dire: they came into the malarial swamps hoping for land ownership but found themselves trapped in the tenancy and sharecropping system by the crop lien and commissary. When chemicals and mechanization made these farmers obsolete, they abandoned their dreams and migrated to the cities. Although they were exploited by tenancy and sharecropping, Whayne shows how these farmers fought, albeit unsuccessfully, to maintain their place on the soil. Whayne also offers an analysis of the forces at work on the local level. She suggests that concerted opposition to modernization existed even before New Deal programs gave power to the planters in the 1930s. She also demonstrates that the Arkansas delta experienced many of the same conflicts based on social class and racial caste that were evident in former slaveholding areas. Her research suggests that scholars may need to revise the prominence given to the heritage of slavery as a determining influence of local trends in the post-Civil War South.
📒The New Plantation ✍ Jason Trask
✏The New Plantation Book Summary : Literary Nonfiction. African & African American Studies. Memoir. THE NEW PLANTATION: LESSONS FROM RIKERS ISLAND chronicles Trask's quest to cross the cultural divide between his students and him. While he is a white guy from rural Maine--among the whitest states in the nation--nearly all of the young men in his classroom are African Americans or Hispanics from New York City. We see him break a number of rules, not only those established by the Departments of Correction and Education, but also many of the rules of tradition and, in some cases, common sense. We see him fall on his face time after time, but in the end, though his educational methods seldom meet the standards of orthodoxy, he connects with his students in a meaningful way, and in the process, helps many of them to pass the GED.
📒Gladiators On The New Plantation ✍ James Gilbert Wingate
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📒The New Plantation Part Two In The City ✍ Geoff Bunn
✏The New Plantation Part Two In the City Book Summary : Drugs, music, dance and living on the outside: THE new PLANTATION is a book in two parts about life as a 'New Age Traveller'. 'part two: IN the CITY' tells the story of travellers forced off the road, back into harsh urban streets. (Not suitable for under 18's). "Somewhere between Jack Kerouac's 'On the Road' and James Joyce's 'Dubliners'..." "What I liked most, was that however grimy, however cold or wet, however tough things became, the main characters retained a strong sense of optimism and good humour".
📒American Religion Religion In The New Nation ✍ David Turley
✏American Religion Religion in the new nation Book Summary : This set offers a wide range of primary source material spanning several centuries of religious experience in the United States. The material is grouped thematically and chronologically with a critical apparatus which includes a substantial introductory essay giving an overview of the subject, a chronology, and bibliographies.
📒The New Negro ✍ Alain Locke
✏The New Negro Book Summary : From the man known as the father of the Harlem Renaissance comes a powerful, provocative, and affecting anthology of writers who shaped the Harlem Renaissance movement and who help us to consider the evolution of the African American in society. With stunning works by seminal black voices such as Zora Neale Hurston, Countee Cullen, and W.E.B. DuBois, Locke has constructed a vivid look at the new negro, the changing African American finding his place in the ever shifting sociocultural landscape that was 1920s America. With poetry, prose, and nonfiction essays, this collection is widely praised for its literary strength as well as its historical coverage of a monumental and fascinating time in the history of America.
📒The New Plantation Part One Under The Trees ✍ Geoff Bunn
✏The New Plantation Part One Under the Trees Book Summary : Drugs, music, dance and living on the outside: THE new PLANTATION is a book in two parts about life as a 'New Age Traveller'. 'part one: under the trees' tells the story of travellers parked up and living on site. (Not suitable for under 18's) "Somewhere between Jack Kerouac's 'On the Road' and James Joyce's 'Dubliners'.." "What I liked most, was that however grimy, however cold or wet, however tough things became, the main characters retained a strong sense of optimism and good humour".