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Roots Of Afrocentric Thought

Author: Clovis E. Semmes
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313299926
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Provides easy access to the most complete voice of the Black Arts and Black Consciousness movement.

The History Of Blacks In Canada

Author: George H. Junne
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313322921
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This fascinating bibliography of source materials clearly demonstrates the significant roles blacks have played in the history and culture of Canada from its beginnings as well as their 400-year fight for equity and justice. Organized by area of endeavor and province, the sources listed point to blacks' history as soldiers, prospectors, educators, cowboys, homesteaders, entertainers, legislators, athletes, artists, servants, and writers.

The African American Male

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Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
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An interdisciplinary study of the plight of the Black male in American society.

African American Criminologists 1970 1996

Author: Lee E. Ross
Publisher: Greenwood
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A reference work which offers contemporary Afrocentric perspective on critical issues of crime and justice by focusing on the contributions of African American criminologists.