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Race Woman: The Lives of Shirley Graham Du Bois
l Family 2 On Her Journey Now 3 The Middle of Her Journey 4 Crossroads 5 Shirley Graham Du Bois 6 Home 7 On the Road Again 8 Mother, Africa 9 Detour l0 Black, to the Left l l The End of Her Journey
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The Deepest South: The United States, Brazil, and the African Slave Trade
Introduction 1 Toward the Empire of Brazil 2 Into Africa 3 Buying and Kidnapping Africans4 Wise? 5 Crisis 6 The U.S. to Seize the Amazon? 7 Making the Slave Trade Legal? 8 The Civil War Begins/TheExpand
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Race War!: White Supremacy and the Japanese Attack on the British Empire
Preface AcknowledgmentsIntroduction 1 To Be of "Pure European Descent" 2 The Asiatic Black Man? 3 Race/War 4 Internment 5 War/Race 6 Race Reversed/Gender Transformed 7 The White Paci?c8 Asians versusExpand
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The white Pacific : U.S. imperialism and Black slavery in the South Seas after the Civil War
Worldwide supplies of sugar and cotton were impacted dramatically as the U.S. Civil War dragged on. New areas of production entered these lucrative markets, particularly in the South Pacific, andExpand
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Black Liberation/Red Scare: Ben Davis and the Communist Party
Ben Davis, Jr., was trained for the black elite. After graduating from Harvard Law School, however, he joined the Communist party, where he remained one of their top leaders for thirty years. In theExpand
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Black Revolutionary: William Patterson and the Globalization of the African American Freedom Struggle
  • G. Horne
  • Political Science
  • 26 September 2013
A leading African American Communist, lawyer William L. Patterson (1891-1980) was instrumental in laying the groundwork for the defeat of Jim Crowby virtue of his leadership of the ScottsboroExpand
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