From Slavery to Modern Times
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Research suggestions using Black Freedom and NAACP collections and Black Historical Newspapers.
Featuring records of SNCC and CORE, two of the most important civil rights organizations of the 1950s and 1960s.
The complete story, told through the writings of African Americans who shaped the global anti-slavery movement.
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More than 58 titles on Black and African American History from key publishers.
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