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Humanities 1 Interactive: A Customized Version of Lectures in Western Humanities, 2nd Edition, by Emmanuel X. Belena. Designed specifically for Humanities 201 at Hampton University

Author(s): Karen Turner Ward

New Fourth Edition Coming Soon!This publication helps readers sift through the earliest evidence so far unearthed of the very beginnings of humanity’s existence. They will discover how the human race begin and study the evidence of our immense diversity primarily in order to find what we have in com...

From Imagining to Understanding the African American Experience

Author(s): Phyllis Gray Ray

From Imagining to Understanding the African American Experience aids individuals in developing their “sociological imaginations” and to broaden their understanding of the “Sociology of the Black Experience,” particularly in the U.S. multicultural society. Although one book cannot provide the total e...

Readings In US History: African-American Emphasis

Author(s): Keith Heningburg

Readings In US History: African-American Emphasis provides a deep dive into monumental points of U.S. history. The text specifically focuses on the African-American perspective, and readings are centered around the African-American experience. The readings cover important points in U.S. history, inc...

Introduction to African American Studies: A Critical Reader

Author(s): Frederick Gooding Jr

For many students en masse, their exposure to the “African American Experience” is limited to the pedestrian, brief and routine mentions of Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks and Dr. Martin Luther King primarily during the month of February.Introduction to African American Studies: A Critical Reader introdu...

Topics in African Diaspora History

Author(s): Jim Harper, Charles Johnson, Tony Frazier, Jarvis Hargrove

Topics in African Diaspora History is a diverse body of various themes in the study of the African Diaspora. These themes include African Nationalism, Resistance, Pan-Africanism, Spirituality, Black Power and Transnationalism and they cover a broad spectrum of the Diaspora experience that spans acro...

Many Rivers to Cross: Selected Readings on the African American Experience: Vol 1, Preliminary Edition

Author(s): Andrew Rosa

Many Rivers to Cross provides a meticulously researched and outstanding foray to learning and understanding the complex formation of African American experiences that begins with pre-colonial Africa and ends with the American Civil War.  Unlike other textbooks, Many Rivers to Cross helps us to under...

Between The Color Lines: A History of African Americans on the California Frontier Through 1890

Author(s): A Darius Spearman

New Publication Now Available!The diverse array of characters on the California frontier reveal insightful stories of survival and ingenuity that can be found in Between the Color Lines. This text explores the meaning of the frontier and how frontier life shaped the experiences of African Americans ...

Effective Strategies to Use with African Americans and Students of Diverse Backgrounds

Author(s): Gloria Kirkland-Holmes

Effective Strategies to Use with African Americans and Students of Diverse Backgrounds covers the issues that are impacting the lives of African American children and their families, as well as trend of thoughts about what should be discussed to assure more success for African American children in o...

A Discourse in the African American Experience: Black Star

Author(s): Regina M Williams Davis, Temeka L Carter, Robin N Buckrham

This text serves as a springboard for learning and a roadmap to help readers create a knowledge of what it means to be African American in this country.  Each section of this book provides basic concepts and ideas for the reader to actively participate in the learning process by researching, writing...