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📒Voices Of Freedom ✍ Eric Foner
✏Voices of Freedom Book Summary : The best-selling companion reader to the Give Me Liberty! family of books.
📒Frederick Douglass ✍ C. James Trotman
✏Frederick Douglass Book Summary : Profiles the life and accomplishments of the African American who escaped from slavery to become a prominent abolitionist leader.
✏Cataclysm 1914 Book Summary : Cataclysm 1914 brings together a number of prominent leftist scholars from a variety of fields to explore the many aspects of the origins, trajectories and consequences of the First World War and its impact in the making of modern world politics.
📒Black Women Abolitionists ✍ Shirley J. Yee
✏Black Women Abolitionists Book Summary : Looks at how the pattern was set for Black female activism in working for abolitionism while confronting both sexism and racism
📒The Earth The City And The Hidden Narrative Of Race ✍ Carl C. Anthony
✏The Earth the City and the Hidden Narrative of Race Book Summary : This book by Carl C. Anthony offers a new story about race and place intended to bridge long-standing racial divides. The long-ignored history of African-American contributions to American infrastructure and the modern economic system is placed in the larger context of the birth of the universe and the evolution of humanity in Africa. The author interweaves personal experiences as an architect/planner, environmentalist, and black American with urban history, racial justice, cosmology, and the challenge of healing the environmental and social damage that threatens the future of humankind. Thoughtful writing about race, urban planning, and environmental and social equity is sparked by stories of life as an African American child in post–World War II Philadelphia, a student and civil rights activist in 1960s Harlem, a traveling student of West African architecture and culture, and a pioneering environmental justice advocate in Berkeley and New York. This book will appeal to everyone troubled by racism and searching for solutions, including individuals exploring their identity and activists eager to democratize power and advance equitable policies in historically marginalized communities. This is a rich, insightful encounter with an American urbanist with a uniquely expansive perspective on human origins, who sets forth what he calls an “inclusive vision for a shared planetary future.”