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Shorefront Journal • Volume 00 • 2012 By Shorefront Legacy
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Shorefront Journal is a compilation reprint from the online journal (www.shorefrontjournal.wordpress.com) that has evolved from our original printed journal that began in 1999. The online journal... More > enables a greater global reach, a more open and collaborative participation, welcomes contributing writers and encourages readers to respond to articles, adding additional information or first-hand experiences. This collaborative venue engages the greater community on a global level.< Less
Shorefront Journal • Volume 01 • 2013 By Shorefront Legacy
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Shorefront Journal is a compilation reprint from the online journal (www.shorefrontjournal.wordpress.com) that has evolved from our original printed journal that began in 1999. The online journal... More > enables a greater global reach, a more open and collaborative participation, welcomes contributing writers and encourages readers to respond to articles, adding additional information or first-hand experiences. This collaborative venue engages the greater community on a global level.< Less
Shorefront Journal • Volume 02 • 2014 By Shorefront Legacy
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Shorefront Journal is a compilation reprint from the online journal (www.shorefrontjournal.wordpress.com) that has evolved from our original printed journal that began in 1999. The online journal... More > enables a greater global reach, a more open and collaborative participation, welcomes contributing writers and encourages readers to respond to articles, adding additional information or first-hand experiences. This collaborative venue engages the greater community on a global level.< Less
Shorefront Journal • Volume 03 • 2015 By Shorefront Legacy
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Shorefront Journal is a compilation reprint from the online journal (www.shorefrontjournal.wordpress.com) that has evolved from our original printed journal that began in 1999. The online journal... More > enables a greater global reach, a more open and collaborative participation, welcomes contributing writers and encourages readers to respond to articles, adding additional information or first-hand experiences. This collaborative venue engages the greater community on a global level.< Less
From a New Generation By Shorefront Legacy
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14 youth participated in the Shorefront Legacy Keepers program, focusing on the spoken and written word. This publication showcases a selection from their work.
The Dream Dancers: Volume One By Spencer Jourdain
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At the start of the 20th Century Attorney Jourdain will assist W.E.B. Du Bois in the creation of a powerful new social movement to insist upon equal civil and human rights for people of color in... More > America, and around the world. The inspiring and empowering philosophy of that new Niagara movement will in 1921 motivate his son to inaugurate one of its early important and highly symbolic tests. Throughout all of these experiences the powerful role of fulfilling an age-old human quest for equal freedom and possibility, emerges as a significant force in shaping the trajectory of events.< Less
A Place we can call Our Home By Morris Robinson, Jr
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A Place we can call Our Home is a collection of articles that gives the reader a general understanding of the early Black settlers and the development of a Black community in Evanston, Illinois.... More > Originally published in the mid 1990s, it fast became a favorite publication within the area school district. This new edittion includes updated information, expanded resources and a new image gallery. A Place we can call Our Home is the perfect publication for the classroom.< Less
Dream Dancers Vol Two By Spencer Jourdain
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In the iconic small city of Evanston, Illinois, freedom seeking Southern black émigrés will join forces with the Northern Niagara and subsequent NAACP movements for equal citizenship.... More > Following marriage to Georgia born Emmaline Hardwick, Edwin B. Jourdain, Jr. the Massachusetts raised and Harvard educated son of a Niagara Movement cofounder, Attorney Edwin Bush Jourdain, will in 1931 lead the combined Northern and Southern small black community in a 16 year battle for equal rights in the “idyllic” American city of Evanston. That long battle for equality will soon involve prominent leaders of social reform, both black and white, in an arduous campaign that will foreshadow later struggles for equality of marginalized American minorities that still continue in the 21st Century. The Dream Dancers, Volume II: The Promised Land (1865-1947), is the second of a series.< Less
Dream Dancers Vol Three By Spencer Jourdain
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In The Dream Dancers Volume III: Heartland, the fiery trial of World War II had produced a hopeful generation of young black Americans. In the rather self sufficient West Side community, a variety of... More > businesses provided almost all the essential services of daily sustenance. Nonetheless, as they grew to adolescence, this confident and hopeful post-war generation of black children would, in their ever more frequent interactions with their town’s white community, encounter increasingly challenging racism and a dispiriting marginalization of their abilities. Fortified by their community heritage, most refused to accept the marginalization of their potential. All of these elements of America’s racially divided history and culture would come together during mid-1950s as black and white kids came together in four critical and exciting high school years. For many those years would, powerfully change their views of their town, their country, and themselves.< Less

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