Various Writings on Literature, Arts, Music etc.

(will continue to organize as time permits)

ABOLITIONISTS

Jane Addams - Founder of NAACP

UNESCO General History of Africa

Africa, Leaders, Mandela, Military, Misc, Rasta, Slavery 100's of pages

Where in Africa did African Americans Originate?

African American Artists

African American Astronauts

alot of african & african american history

alot of african & african american history

alot of african & african american history 

alot of african & african american history 1

alot of african & african american history 2

alot of african & african american history 3

alot of african & african american history 4

alot of african & african american history 5

alot more of african & african american history

alot more of african & african american history1

alot more of african & african american history2

alot more of african & african american history3

alot more of african & african american history4

alot more of african & african american history5

ASTRONAUTS

AFRICAN

AFRICAN1

African Americans Beginnings

African American Black History pages 

African Americans by the Numbers

AFRICAN AMERICAN FIRSTS

AFRICAN AMERICAN FIRSTS1

AFRICAN AMERICAN FIRSTS2

African American Firsts1

AFRICAN AMERICANS FROM NEWSPAPERS

African American Newspapers and 250 listed

African American Professional Organizations

African American Senators

African American Sports Legends

African American Women A-Z

THE AFRICAN BLOOD BROTHERHOOD, BLACK RADICALISM AND PAN AFRICAN LIBERATION BIBLIOGRAPHY - For the liberation of black people everywhere: The African Blood Brotherhood, black radicalism, and Pan-African liberation in the New Negro Movement, 1917--1936 by Makalani, Minkah, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2004, 310 pages

Afrocentric

America's Tenth Man: A Brief Survey of the Negro's Part in American History
No. ATLANTA, GA SOUTHERN REGIONAL COUNCIL 1944. [published date: June 1944] Softcover 31 pp. 6 X 9 - slavery, folklore, music, art, science, soldiers, academics, writers

AMERICAS TENTH MAN HTM

Dr. Caroline Still Wiley Anderson, 19th Century African American Physician

MAYA ANGELOU documents and presentations

MAYA ANGELOU

Another Burial for 400 Colonial-Era Blacks

Louis Satchmo Armstrong     jazz musician

ART

ART1

african american artists

author writers literature

JOSEPHINE BAKER -  was a dancer, singer actress and comedian

The Bakke Case

BALDWIN, JAMES - Harlem born author

JAMES BALDWIN Novelist, Essayist, and Playwright

BALDWIN, JAMES BIBLIOGRAPHY - Harlem born author

BARAKA, AMIRI BIBLIOGRAPHY - Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright

AMIRI BARAKA - Poet, Radical Black Activist

BEAT THERAPY for jazz/funk ensemble by Dmitri Tymoczko

Harold George 'Harry' Belafonte - African American singer, actor, producer, and activist

James Beckwourth   (1798-1866) Ex-Slave and Early Pioneer Western Frontiersman

Chuck Berry Biography

BETHUNE, MARY MCLEOD - one of the great educators of the United States

MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE - Mary Jane McLeod Bethune was an American educator and civil rights leader

BIBB, HENRY WALTON - Escaped slave (through the Underground Railroad) who established the first black newspaper in Canada, the Voice of the Fugitive

BIBB, HENRY WALTON BIBLIOGRAPHY - Escaped slave (through the Underground Railroad) who established the first black newspaper in Canada, the Voice of the Fugitive

BIOGRAPHIES - Carol Brice, Wilma Rudolph, Lillian Evanti, Dr. Dorothy Height, Dr. Mary Carnegie, Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, Robert C. Maynard, Ernest Just, Pearl Primus, Shirley Chisholm, Elizabeth Mora, Gen. Benjamin O. Davis, Sam Langford, Dr. Andrew J. Foster, Dr. Alondra Oubre, Thurgood Marshall, Mary Church Terrell, William Grant Still, The Healy Brothers, Louis Latimer,Rosa Parks, Nina Simone, J.A. Rogers, Benjamin Banneker, The Delany Sisters, Dick Gregory, Charles "Rich" Patterson, Dorothy Dandridge

BIOGRAPHIES by Roger Davis and Wanda Neal-Davis

Biographies Biographies

Biographies

BIOGRAPHIES HISTORICAL

History of Investigations into the 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing

The FBI & the Birmingham church bombing

The 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing

The 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing1

BLACK CONTRIBUTORS to Science and Energy Technology Pamphlet

BLACK CONTRIBUTORS HTM

BLACK HISTORY

BLACK HISTORY1

Black Indians

BLACK INDIAN MEXICANS

Black International Radio

BLACK JEWS BIBLIOGRAPHY - THE BLACK JEWS OF HARLEM by BROTZ, HOWARD M., A.M., The University of Chicago, 1947, 102 pages

The Black Historical and Cultural Society of British Columbia

BLACK HISTORY

BLACK HISTORY1

BLACK PANTHERS - promoted civil rights and self-defense

BLACK PANTHERS 1

SELECT BLACK PANTHERS BOOKS WITH PICS - promoted civil rights and self-defense

BLACK PUBLISHERS

BLACK SAINTS

Blacks in American Film

BLACKS IN MEXICO BIBLIOGRAPHY

NOTABLE BLACK WOMEN - Readings, activities, and teaching strategies for a secondary unit on black women are included in this teacher handbook.Michigan Department Of Education Office For Sex Equity. 1984. Soft Cover. 84pp.

BLUES BIOGRAPHIES BY T-BONE

BONTEMPS, ARNA - poet, author, librarian

ARNA BONTEMPS

PAPARELLI, FRANK - Boogie Woogie for Beginners: A New Piano Method. NY, Leeds Music, 1943. First Edition. Decorative Wraps. 48pp; 2pp illus from photographs. This basic book instructs the player in boogie-woogie style, touch, the left hand, right hand, both hands, and boogie-woogie solos, with photos of the greats. 12" x 9 sheet music.

SCOTTSBORO BOYS documents and presentations

Edward Brooke     American lawyer and legislator, the first African American to be popularly elected to the U.S. Senate

BROOKS, GWENDOLYN - first African American winner of Pulitzer Prize, Poet Laureate of Illinois

BROOKS, GWENDOLYN BIBLIOGRAPHY - first African American winner of Pulitzer Prize, Poet Laureate of Illinois

Gwendolyn Brooks Also known as: Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks, Mrs. Gwendolyn Brooks (1917 - 2000)

Jim Brown, Actor, Social Activist and NFL Football Player

BROWN v. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF TOPEKA, KANSAS, 1954

Brown vs. Board of Education An Interactive Experience

BROWN, CLAUDE BIBLIOGRAPHY - writer and childrens advocate

BROWN, STERLING - teacher, writer, poet

BROWN, WILLIAM WELLS - first African American to publish a novel or a play, abolitionist, lecturer and historian

BROWN, WILLIAM WELLS BIBLIOGRAPHY - first African American to publish a novel or a play, abolitionist, lecturer and historian

Dave Brubeck / Points on Jazz (Original Two-Piano Score) This eight-movement ballet is presented in this new edition for two pianos/four hands. Points on Jazz is a serious work by the renowned Dave Brubeck, and thus is suitable for inclusion in recitals on the concert stage. Notes on the ballet and performances are included in the score.

Senator Blanche Kelso Bruce (1841 - 1898)

BUFFALO SOLDIERS African Americans in the Military Frontier Army Black Cavalry in the Western Frontier

Ralph J. Bunche Also known as: Ralph J(ohnson) Bunche, Ralph Johnson Bunche, Ralph Bunche (1903-1971) Statesman, diplomat, scholar, government official

Remarks by First Lady Laura Bush at CORE

CANADA

CANADA1

CANADA black history

Thomas Nast Cartoons

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER

CHESTNUTT, CHARLES W. - author, lawyer

CHILD, LYDIA MARIA FRANCIS - novelist, abolitionist

CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

Shirley Anita Chisholm 'For the Equal Rights Movement' Delivered August 10, 1970 at Washington, D. C.

Selected Shirley Chisholm Quotations

Charlie Christian - Legend of the Jazz Guitar

CIVIL RIGHTS

CIVIL RIGHTS1

CIVIL RIGHTS2

CIVIL RIGHTS PAGES

The Civil Rights Act of 1866

The Civil Rights Act of 1957

The Civil Rights Act of 1960

The Civil Rights Act of 1964

The Civil Rights Cases of 1883

Civil Rights Leaders Who Joined King's Battle

CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

CIVIL RIGHTS PRESENTATIONS - Civil Rights Movement - Black History presentations 413 of them. All powerpoint. powerpoint presentations by various scholars / students / teachers.

Kathleen Neal Cleaver (1945-) Educator, writer, lawyer, activist

CLEAVER, LEROY ELDRIDGE BIBLIOGRAPHY - writer and one of the founders of the Black Panthers

CLIFTON, LUCILLE BIBLIOGRAPHY - poet

Kathleen Neal Cleaver (1945-) Educator, writer, lawyer, activist

College and University Fraternities and Sororities

Historically and Predominantly Black Colleges and Universities

Historically Black Colleges and Universities Executive Order

John Coltrane Also known as: Trane Coltrane, John William Coltrane (1926-1967) Musician, bandleader, composer

The Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)

The Congressional Black Caucus

Ward Connerly Activist, businessperson

Congressman John Conyers Jr.

Crossing Color Lines and Fulfilling Dreams

Jim Crow THE ORIGIN

DAVIS, ANGELA BIBLIOGRAPHY - activist, author and teacher

Angela Yvonne Davis political activist, author 1944 -

Joseph DeLaine Prominent Americans remember the 1954 case that changed the country

DELANEY, LUCY- From the Darkness Cometh the Light, or Struggles for Freedom - author and former slave

DELANEY, LUCY BIBLIOGRAPHY - author and former slave

DELANY, MARTIN ROBINSON- physician, author, abolitionist, nationalist

DELANY, SAMUEL BIBLIOGRAPHY - science-fiction novelist and critic

Dorothy Dandridge, Star of Stage and Screen Movies

Demographics 1993

DERRICOTTE, TOI BIBLIOGRAPHY - poet

DOUGLASS, FREDERICK - Abolitionist, editor, orator, author, statesman and reformer

FREDERICK DOUGLASS - Abolitionist and Reformer American social reformer, African American, orater, writer

Frederick Douglass Autobiography

DOUGLASS, FREDERICK BIBLIOGRAPHY - Abolitionist, editor, orator, author, statesman and reformer

DOVE, RITA - Poet Laureate, author

The Dred Scott Decision

DUBOIS, W.E.B. - Sociologist, Author & Civil Rights Leader

DUBOIS, W.E.B. BIBLIOGRAPHY - Sociologist, Author & Civil Rights Leader

Paul Laurence Dunbar (1872 - 1906)

Dunbar House State Historic Site Home of Paul Laurence Dunbar

DUNBAR-NELSON, ALICE - educator, author, activist

DUNBAR-NELSON, ALICE BIBLIOGRAPHY - educator, author, activist

Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable  Founder of Chicago

Milestones in African Ameruican Education

ELAW, ZILPHA BIBLIOGRAPHY - early female black writer

RALPH ELLISON -  Invisible Man a legendary writer African American

EQUIANO, OLAUDAH (o-lah-oo-day ek-wee-ah-no) - first political leader of Britain's black community

EQUIANO, OLAUDAH BIBLIOGRAPHY (o-lah-oo-day ek-wee-ah-no) - first political leader of Britain's black community

Olaudah Equiano's autobiography, 1789

ESTEVANICO

THE STORY OF ESTEVANICO

The Story of Estevanico1

The Story of Estevanico2

The Story of Estevanico3

The Story of Estevanico4

Ethnicity in Politics

Medgar Wiley Evers 1925 - 1963 Birthplace: Decatur, Mississippi

Myrlie Evers-Williams (1933- ) Civil rights activist

Famous Black Contributors

Famous Black Contributors

James Leonard Farmer Jr.  1920 - 1999 Birthplace: Marshall, Tex.

FBI FILES

Stepin Fetchit (1902 - 1985)

50 Events That Changed Black America Forever

FILM AND TELEVISION

FOR THE DIGNITY OF HUMANITY This booklet contains selected background materials, biographical information, anecdotes, and statements documenting contributions made by blacks to American history. Objectives are to call attention to information about blacks which has been systematically excluded from United States history books and to help people understand the life, heritage, culture, and problems of Americans of African descent. Organized in chronological order, the 22 sections focus on black individuals including Dred Scott, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Frederick Douglass, Blanche K. Bruce, George H. White, Homer Plessy, W.E.B. Du Bois, Booker T. Washington, Ralph J. Bunche, Mary McLeod Bethune, and Percy L. Julian. For each biographical example, information is presented on personal data, the historical period in which the individual lived and worked, types of difficulties overcome by the individual in question, and major contributions. Major topics throughout the biographical sketches focus on the slavery system, prejudice and discrimination, and the civil rights movement. A concluding section presents civil rights-related quotations from Martin Luther King, President John F. Kennedy, and President Lyndon B. Johnson.

Freedom Rides

GARVEY, MARCUS - - created a Back to Africa movement, pre-Civil Rights

Henry Louis Gates Jr.  (1950- ) Educator, scholar, literary critic, writer

Marvin Penze Gaye (1939-1984) Singer, songwriter

Greensboro Four

Dick Gregory

HAITI

HAITI1

HAITIAN INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENT, 1791-1804

HARLEM

Harlem Stories from Discovery Channel Online

Dr. Bernard A. Harris, Jr. was the first African American to walk in space

HARPER, FRANCES ELLEN WATKINS - biographer, poet, writer, lecturer, political activist

William Henry Hastie

HAYDEN, ROBERT - poet

HEALTH

Matthew Alexander Henson

Benjamin L. Hooks Executive Director of the NAACP, Attorney, and Clergyman

HUGHES, LANGSTON - poet, activist, author

LANGSTON HUGHES -  The Harlem of Langston Hughes

HURSTON, ZORA NEALE - author, poet, activist

INDIANS

INDIANS1

Black Indian Dialogue National Congress of American Indians Fall 2000

ISLAM

African american native american bibliography

NCAI session on BLACKS and INDIANS RELATIONS - TRANSCRIPT

INVENTOR BIOGRAPHIES - Legacy for All: A Record of Achievements By Black American Scientists Biographies Pamphlet

INVENTOR BIOGRAPHIES HTM

Jesse Louis Jackson (b. October 8, 1941, Greenville, S.C.), African American minister, founder of Operation PUSH

JAMAICA

JAZZ AND BLUES PIANO BOOKS

Jazz advertised in the Negropress : a documentation with about 21,300 advertisements and 3,000 pictures out of newspapers of New England and Chicago, 1910-1967

Intermediate Jazz Conception Saxophone - 20 Jazz Exercises 25 Jazz Etudes by Niehaus, Lennie One of the world"s most popular jazz etude books; popular because the etudes are hip and fun to play. VERY popular among teachers! Designed for sax but suitable for all instruments. This Volume contains 20 intermediate level exercises and 25 etudes

Miles Davis 'So What' Score Sheet Music

Branson Trumpet Ensemble Blue-Velvet-Parts-and-score

446 pages of Jazz Sheet Music

Count Basie - 42 Jazz Blues & Boogie Piano Solos

Another Oscar Peterson: Jazz Exercises For Piano Sheet Music for Piano Solo.  Legendary jazz pianist Oscar Peterson has long been devoted to the education of Piano students. In this book he offers dozens of pieces designed to empower the student, whether novice or classically trained, with the technique needed to become an accomplished jazz pianist. With all the interesting detailed biography, performance and practice notes for each exercise, this is a valuable and practical as well as a most enjoyable method for learning Jazz Piano.

Jazz Piano Book by Mark Levine [publisher: Sher Music Co]  Petaluma, CA: Sher Music Co., 1989. Pp.[i]-viii,1-307,(1). illustrated blue card covers with white comb-bound spine. A selection of musical theory and sheet music for those studying jazz piano, by the Grammy-nominated Latin Jazz pianist.

Petit traité d’harmonie jazz    ---    Mickaël Péchaud 2 mars 2005

Jazz Music

Boogie Woogie Lessons

James Weldon Johnson 1871-1938

Thomas Jefferson on Slavery

Jack (John Arthur) Johnson  (1878-1946) The First African American Heavyweight Boxing Champion of the World

THE COMPLETE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO EDUCATION 1932-2006 (TO ORDER ARTICLES FROM '32-'06 CONTACT THEM AT THEIR WEBSITE AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY OR YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY) (12MB)

William Julius Johnson Judy Johnson First African American to be admitted to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

The Kennedy Administration

Jackie Joyner-Kersee (1962-)  Track and Field Athlete

JUNETEENTH

KING, MARTIN LUTHER JR. QUOTES

Muller, Gerald F. (Gerald Francis), 1927 Martin Luther King book

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr."Where Do We Go From Here?"

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Speeches

KOMUNYAKAA, YUSEF - poet

KWANZAA

LANGSTON, JOHN MERCER - first African American elected to public office, U.S. public official, diplomat

John Mercer Langston, Black leader of conviction and influence, a visionary reformer, and an accomplished statesman and lawyer.

Jacob Armstead Lawrence  (1917-) Artist, educator

LIBERIA / MONROVIA

Independence for Liberia - July 26, 1847

LITTLE ROCK NINE - PRESIDENT EISENHOWER DOCUMENTS

LITTLE ROCK NINE - PRESIDENT EISENHOWER DOCUMENTS INDIVIDUAL

LGBT black history

LOCKE, ALAIN LEROY - philosopher, historian, educator, and patron of the arts

Los Angeles Watts Riot of 1965

Louisiana Black Codes, an Act

MALCOLM X

MALCOLM X AND THE NATION OF ISLAM

Malcolm X  (El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (1925-1965) Black Nationalist

Malcolm X Collected Speeches Debates and Interviews Malcolm X  (El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (1925-1965) Black Nationalist

Malcolm X Collected Speeches Debates and Interviews HTM

March on Washington Rally 25 August 2003 Rally Held To Commemorate 40th Anniversary of March on Washington

Thurgood Marshall

James Howard Meredith

OSCAR MICHEAUX

MILITARY

MILITARY1

MILITARY2

MILITARY3

A CHRONOLOGY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MILITARY SERVICE

SELECT MILITARY REFERENCES WITH PICS

THE MILLION MAN MARCH

MISC (TO BE CLASSIFIED)

MISC related to black history many categories

MISC

MISC A TON OF INFORMATION RELATED TO BLACK HISTORY

'Mississippi Burning'

The Montgomery Bus Boycott

Garrett Augustus Morgan 1877-1963 Gas Mask and Traffic Signal Inventor

Senator Carol Mosely-Braun

motion picture timelines

African-Americans in Motion Pictures

Elijah Muhammad    African American black nationalist leader 1897 - 1975

MUSIC

MUSIC1

NaTIONAL Urban League

Negro Convention An address to the Loyal Citizens and Congress of the United States of America

HUEY P NEWTON

The Niagara Movement

The Niagara Movement1

Eleanor Holmes Norton Biography of Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton

Black Nurses in History

Organization of Afro-American Unity

Organization of Afro-American Unity

Leroy 'Satchel' Paige  1906-1982

Rosa Louise McCauley Parks  (1913- ), African American civil rights activist,

Perfecting Civil Rights Laws

Oscar Peterson: Jazz Exercises For Piano Sheet Music for Piano Solo.  Legendary jazz pianist Oscar Peterson has long been devoted to the education of Piano students. In this book he offers dozens of pieces designed to empower the student, whether novice or classically trained, with the technique needed to become an accomplished jazz pianist. With all the interesting detailed biography, performance and practice notes for each exercise, this is a valuable and practical as well as a most enjoyable method for learning Jazz Piano.

PICKENS, WILLIAM - educator, civil rights

Bill Pickett

Pinckney Benton Stewart Pinchback was the first African American to become governor of a state

PLESSY v. FERGUSON 163 U.S. 537 (1896)

POETRY

POETRY1

POETRY2

Politics

ELIZA POTTER BIBLIOGRAPHY - ex-slave woman writer

NANCY GARDNER PRINCE BIBLIOGRAPHY - religious reformer

Gabriel Prosser slave revolt leader 1775 - 1800

Pullman Porter -- A. Philip Randolph UAW - civil rigths, UNIONS

Famous African American quotations Benjamin Banneker,  Eubie Blake,  Frederick Douglass,  Henry Highland Garnet,  Frances Ellen Watkins Harper,  Josiah Henson,  Matthew Henson,  Billie Holiday,  Thurgood Marshall,  Harriet Tubman, Benjamin Banneker

Race and Racism

The Underground Railroad  Escape From Slavery

RASTAFARIANISM

Bass Reeves, the first black commissioned  Deputy United States Marshall

RELIGIOUS

Dr. Condoleezza Rice National Security Advisor

Hiram Rhoades Revels 1st African American Senator

REVOLUTIONARY WAR -- AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 1775-1783

PAUL ROBESON

Jackie Robinson

Smokey Robinson, Singer, songwriter, producer (1940-)

Belinda Royalle - The untold story of the Royalle House slaves by Helene Ragovin

Bayard Rustin     Was chief coordinator and strategist for the march

SANTERIA

Arturo (Arthur) Alfonso Schomburg  (1874-1938) bibliophile, historian, writer, collector, curator

School Busing

SCLC Southern Christian Leadership Conference

SCOTTSBORO BOYS

Robert George Seale  Also known as: Bobby Seale, Bobby G Seal (1936-) Activist

SCIENCE

SCIENCE1

SCIENCE2

Speeches and philosophy His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie

Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights March

Betty Shabazz (1936-1997) Activist, Nurse, Health services administrator, Educator

SHAW, ESTHER POPEL - Harlem Renaissance author

FRED SHUTTLESWORTH

SLAVERY

SLAVERY1

***SLAVERY- North American Slave Narratives - Pre Civil War era

***SLAVERY - North American Slave Narratives - Civil War era and post Civil War

***SLAVERY - North American Slave Narratives - Civil War era and post Civil War1

SLAVERY ABOLISHED IN WASHINGTON, DC, April 16, 1862

SLAVERY chronology

SLAVERY

SLAVERY PAGES

SOUTHERN BLACK CHURCHES

Spingarn Medal Recipients

SPORTS

SPORTS1

Reverend Charles Kenzie 'C.K.' Steele 1914-1980 Civil Rights Activist

STUDENT NONVIOLENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE (SNCC)

State v. Boon  (1801)

STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY

Studies in African-American Literature: An Annual Annotated Bibliography, 1989
Callaloo, Vol. 13, No. 4. (Autumn, 1990), pp. 910-954.

Rev. Leon Howard Sullivan

SUPREME COURT by Roger Davis and Wanda Neal-Davis

TALES OF INTRIGUE AND POSSIBLE INTEREST

5 JAZZ PIANO SOLOS BY ART TATUM

TEACHING Curriculum CLASSROOM

tennessee historical biographies

Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court

Today in Black History

Today’s Negro-American and Their Contributions to Their Country Volume 2 - 1964 The Mott Adult Education Program of the Flint Board Of Education - A massive 100+ biographies of modern historical figures, many from Michigan

Tuesday Debate a Forum for Black Issues, National Concerns

TURNER, NAT - led failed slave revolt

The Confessions of Nat Turner (1800-1831)

Tuskegee Airmen

Cicely Tyson

THE NEGRO IN OUR HISTORY BY CARTER G WOODSON (PDF) 33MB

UMBRA WORKSHOP AFRICAN AMERICAN POSTMODERNISM BIBLIOGRAPHY - Black abstraction: The Umbra Workshop and an African American avantgarde by Wood, Eben Y., Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2004, 404 pages

Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League

Denmark Vesey (c.1767-1822) Carpenter, minister, revolutionary

WARNER, CHARLES DUDLEY - author, Puritan

WASHINGTON, BOOKER T. - educator and activist

Booker T. Washington  The Trumpet of Conciliation

booker t washington Industrial Education for the Negro

Booker T. Washington as Ambassador and Spokesman

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON GRANDDAUGHTERS AND RUFFNER DESCENDANTS IN HISTORICAL MEETING

WATTS RIOTS 1965 presentations

We Honor Them, Volume I, Watson, Willie Mae , Syracuse NY New Readers Press 1968 Revised 1965 Paper Pamphlet Softcover Stapled. 8vo. 48 pp, A collection of stories about African American heroes, exercises in the back. Geared toward a 3rd and 4th grade reading level.

We Honor Them: Volume II, Watson, Willie Mae, Syracuse NY New Readers Press 1968 Revised 1965 Paper Pamphlet Softcover. Stapled. 8vo. 48 pp, A collection of brief biographies of famous African Americans, Exercises in the back. Very easy reading level. Geared toward a 3rd and 4th grade reading level

The Negro as an American  Robert Clifton Weaver, The Negro as an American June 13, 1963

WEBSITES

WEBSITES1

WHITE, WALTER- NAACP chief secretary, civil rights activist

Armstrong Williams

WORLD HISTORY

WORLD HISTORY1

WORLD HISTORY2

WORLD HISTORY3

WORLD HISTORY4

WORLD HISTORY5

WORLD MUSIC

WORLD MUSIC1

world music and cooking

RICHARD WRIGHT - black American writer BLACK BOY  Native Son

WRITERS

WRITERS AND FILM