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An Appeal in The Favor of That Class of Americans Called Africans By L Child
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In 1836, Mrs. Child wrote about the horrors African men and women endured after being kidnapped and transported to America. In 1808, the United States abolished the slave trade. However, the... More > Southern States circumvented the laws in order to continue the slave trade. This book details the horrors that many Africans were subjected to, the slave trade and in the end the honesty, integrity, morals of the Africans that were brought here plus heart warming stories of those who after many years of slavery found the American dream and became successful and the ways they ways they repaid those who had little to nothing. This book will irate you, anger you and shock you. In the end you will hear heartwarming stories of those whose history is quickly being forgotten.< Less
Uniquely ME: African American Dad and Mexican American Mom By Rolondo Talbott
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Over 9 million Americans identified as bi-racial or multiracial. While year after year this number is steadily increasing, bi-racial or multiracial children are left with a lack of resources as to... More > the beauty of their combined heritage. Uniquely ME seeks to celebrate their uniqueness and empowers children to feel strength and pride from the combination of their backgrounds. The Uniquely ME series will celebrate the children and backgrounds of some of the most common interracial relationships, while also instilling a sense of history and pride that each culture represents.< Less
Black Barred - How the Dark Skinned Indigenous Americans Became African Americans By Malikhai Lewis
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After hundreds of years of attempting to deceive the indigenous Americans of color to accept reclassified titles, there is finally a return of the outcry that we are not African American. We are... More > refusing the mind control and their systematic deceptions. This book is basically a summary of our true indigenous American history, accomplishments, and what occurred to cause us to fall asleep and forget who we are. There are many pictures in this book and just like my other books, I made sure this was a very easy read so; you can share it with others regardless of their age or level of understanding.< Less
Black Barred - How the Dark Skinned Indigenous Americans Became African Americans By Sidana Lewis
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After hundreds of years of attempting to deceive the indigenous Americans of color to accept reclassified titles, there is finally a return of the outcry that we are not African American. We are... More > refusing the mind control and their systematic deceptions. This book is basically a summary of our true indigenous American history, accomplishments, and what occurred to cause us to fall asleep and forget who we are. There are many pictures in this book and just like my other books, I made sure this was a very easy read so; you can share it with others regardless of their age or level of understanding.< Less
History of the African Union Methodist Protestant Church By Daniel James Russell
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The ministers and members of the African Union Methodist Protestant Church have anxiously watched for over one hundred years for a true history of Father Spencer and his Church--The African Union... More > Methodist Protestant Church. A work indispensable to a proper knowledge of our origin. The cause of our organization as a body of Methodists from the Methodist Episcopal Church. Our established government, our progress and our present thinking. Not only is such a work desirable among our own ministry and laity, but there are tens of thousands that are friendly to our Church who desire to have our Church history. There are none of our 400 probationers and 20,000 members, who properly reflect upon the object, but feel that we cannot maintain our true ecclesiastical standing without a reliable history of our Church.< Less
Ancient African History: " A Journey Highlighting Africa's Past" By Sedrick Sims
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A selective journey into Africa's often untold rich history.
Ancient AFRICAN History " A Journey Highlighting Africa's Past" By Sedrick Sims
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A selective journey into Africa's often untold rich history.
The Barneys of Flushing Meadows American History By Stephen R. Barney, Jr.
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Stories of the Barney family members who lived between 1800 and 1940. They lived on Manhattan Island, Bay Side, Flushing and Long Island, New York and Tennessee. The family is traced using census and... More > other official documentation. This book is particularly significant because the Barney family, although involved in many American historical events, has never been documented. This book has been accepted into the archives of, but not limited to: The Broomfield Library, Essex, UK The East Tennessee History Center, Knoxville, TN The Library of Congress of the United States of America, Washington, D.C. The Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, PA The Mozambique Museum of Natural History, Maputo, Mozambique The National Museum of Haiti, Port-au-Prince, Haiti The New York Historical Society, New York, NY The Pennsylvania Historical Society, Philadelphia, PA The Queens County Historical Society, Flushing, NY The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York, NY< Less
Vodoun: Why African-Americans Fear Their Cosmogenetic Paths to God. An Illustrated History of Racism and Religious Persecution in America By Mama Zogbé
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Individuals who choose the paths of their ancestors often walk alone, ostracized by family, friends and co-workers, who have been conditioned to view African/Diaspora religions as "savage and... More > evil." This illustrated journey exposes America's hidden history of creating the hostile, and inhospitable atmosphere in which African religions were not permitted to flourish and enjoy the same first amendment rights as all other faiths. Previously published in "Mami Wata: Africa's Ancient God/dess Unveiled," this book is informative for all faiths and all African religious paths.< Less
VODOUN: Why African-Americans Fear Their Cosmogenetic Paths to God. An Illustrated History of Racism and Religious Persecution in America By Mama Zogbé
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Individuals who choose the paths of their ancestors often walk alone, ostracized by family, friends and co-workers, who have been conditioned to view African/Diaspora religions as "savage and... More > evil." This illustrated journey exposes America's hidden history of creating the hostile, and inhospitable atmosphere in which African religions were not permitted to flourish and enjoy the same first amendment rights as all other faiths. Previously published in "Mami Wata: Africa's Ancient God/dess Unveiled," this book is informative for all faiths and all African religious paths.< Less

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