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My Soul Is a Witness is a powerful collection of poetry, prose, reflections,prayer, and song celebrating spirituality in the lives of African-Americanwomen. Featuring a variety of voices including Johnetta B. Cole, Marsye Conde,Rita Dove, Nikki Giovanni, Akasha (Gloria) Hull, Toni Morrison, IyanlaVanzant, and Alice Walker, this collection demonstrates the diverse ways thatwomen connect with the Spirit. Exploring faiths ranging from Islam to Buddhismto Christianity, these writings illustrate the

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The Fortunes of Africa: A 5000-Year History of Wealth, Greed, and Endeavor
In the 1980s, Willis McGlascoe Carter�s handwritten memoir turned up unexpectedly in the hands of a midwestern antiques dealer. Its twenty-two pages told a fascinating story of a man born into slavery in Virginia who, at the onset of freedom, gained an education, became a teacher, started a family, and edited a newspaper. Even his life as a slave seemed exceptional: he described how his owners treated him and his family with respect, and he learned to read and write. Tucked into its back pages, Reading Writing, Civil Rights Activists, Learn To Read
From Slave To Statesman: The Life Of Educator, Editor, And Civil Rights Activist Willis M. Carter Of Virginia (Antislavery, Abolition, And The Atlantic World)
In the 1980s, Willis McGlascoe Carter�s handwritten memoir turned up unexpectedly in the hands of a midwestern antiques dealer. Its twenty-two pages told a fascinating story of a man born into slavery in Virginia who, at the onset of freedom, gained an education, became a teacher, started a family, and edited a newspaper. Even his life as a slave seemed exceptional: he described how his owners treated him and his family with respect, and he learned to read and write. Tucked into its back pages,
James Collins Johnson made his name by escaping slavery in Maryland and fleeing to Princeton, New Jersey, where he built a life in a bustling community of African Americans working at what is now Princeton University. After only four years, he was recognized by a student from Maryland, arrested, and subjected to a trial for extradition under the 1793 Fugitive Slave Act. On the eve of his rendition, after attempts to free Johnson by force had failed, a local aristocratic white woman purchased Joh Good Books, Books To Read, African Literature
The Princeton Fugitive ave: The Tals Ofames Collins Johnson
James Collins Johnson made his name by escaping slavery in Maryland and fleeing to Princeton, New Jersey, where he built a life in a bustling community of African Americans working at what is now Princeton University. After only four years, he was recognized by a student from Maryland, arrested, and subjected to a trial for extradition under the 1793 Fugitive Slave Act. On the eve of his rendition, after attempts to free Johnson by force had failed, a local aristocratic white woman purchased Joh
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Could slaves become Christian? If so, did their conversion lead to freedom? If not, then how could perpetual enslavement be justified? Christian Slavery shows how debates about slavery transformed the practice of Protestantism and the language of race in the early modern Atlantic world.   | Author: Katharine Gerbner| Publisher: University Of Pennsylvania Press| Publication Date: Mar 15, 2019| Number of Pages: 296 pages| Language: English| Binding: Paperback/History| ISBN-10: 0812224361| ISBN-13: Pennsylvania, Religion, Protestantism, American Colonies, Theologian, Early American, American Dream
Christian Slavery: Conversion And Race In The Protestant Atlantic World (Early American Studies)
Could slaves become Christian? If so, did their conversion lead to freedom? If not, then how could perpetual enslavement be justified? Christian Slavery shows how debates about slavery transformed the practice of Protestantism and the language of race in the early modern Atlantic world. | Author: Katharine Gerbner| Publisher: University Of Pennsylvania Press| Publication Date: Mar 15, 2019| Number of Pages: 296 pages| Language: English| Binding: Paperback/History| ISBN-10: 0812224361| ISBN-13:
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