Life on the Color Line
The True Story of a White Boy Who Discovered He Was Black
The author recounts the shock he experienced when he learned his father's relatives in Muncie, Indiana, were poor and Black, and the prejudice that he and his brother endured from both sides
And We Are Not Saved
The Elusive Quest for Racial Justice
A distinguished legal scholar and civil rights activist employs a series of dramatic fables and dialogues to probe the foundations of America’s racial attitudes and raise disturbing questions about the nature of our society.
All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes
Recounts Angelou's stay in Ghana, together with other Black Americans, and her discoveries and reflections concerning her ancestors, Africa, American society, and herself
Rules for Radicals
A Practical Primer for Realistic Radicals
Guides young revolutionaries in the art of human communication and explains the tactics of organizing others to work within the system for social change
I Have a Dream
Writings and Speeches That Changed the World
1st Edition Paperback
Gathers speeches, sermons, letters, and essays from each period in Dr. King's life, and includes brief notes on their historical background
The Hopi Survival Kit
The Prophecies, Instructions and Warnings Revealed by the Last Elders
Presents the entire range of Hopi prophecy and spiritual instruction while preparing people for the hard times ahead by explaining how to recognize and understand these expected events. Reprint.
The Eyes on the Prize
Civil Rights Reader : Documents, Speeches, and Firsthand Accounts from the Black Freedom Struggle, 1954-1990
Examines the background of the Civil Rights movement
All Our Kin
A portrait of the struggle and resourcefulness of African-American ghetto communities is presented from the perspectives of its families and offers an exploration of the black kinship network. Reissue.
The celebrated African-American Harvard scholar offers a portrait of growing up in a West Virginia hill town, presenting a study of his family, his childhood icons, and the social institutions and mores of the time. Reprint. 40,000 first printing. Tour. NYT.
Gather Together in My Name
The author records the years in which her life hinged on retaining her pride and dignity among the street people of Los Angeles