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Free Black People in Antebellum America, 1820-1861Free Black People in Antebellum America, 1820-1861
The North, however, saw the development of a distinct black elite, replete with businessmen, clergy, doctors, lawyers, artists, musicians, and writers
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Curious hair also by david foster wallaceCurious hair also by david foster wallace
Where the names of corporate, media, or political figures are used here, those names are meant only to denote figures, images, the stuff of collective dreams; they do not denote, or pretend to private information about, actual 3-d persons
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The Environmental Ethics of Living Jim CrowThe Environmental Ethics of Living Jim Crow
Attention to the category of nature, far from being alien to Wright’s concerns, is central to his argument that racism pervades the African-American experience
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Narrative of the life of frederick douglas, an american slave (1854) written by himselfNarrative of the life of frederick douglas, an american slave (1854) written by himself
Man, quick ened the slumbering energies of his soul, and consecrated him to the great work of breaking the rod of the oppressor, and letting the oppressed go free!
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Occupation: Abolitionist, civil rights activist, and writer BornOccupation: Abolitionist, civil rights activist, and writer Born
Talbot County, Maryland. His mother was a slaveand when Frederick was born, he became a slave, too. His birth name was Frederick Bailey. He did not know who his father was or the exact date of his birth
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The World of the Slaves by Eugene GenoveseThe World of the Slaves by Eugene Genovese
Ole Massa constantly had to intervene to protect the women and children. Skeptics might wonder how these allegedly emasculated men so easily dominated the strong-willed and physically powerful women of the matriarchal legend
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BY: Rick Smith for: Dr. Roger Warlick May 31, 1989BY: Rick Smith for: Dr. Roger Warlick May 31, 1989
On Christmas Eve, 1916, a eulogy was given by the Right Reverend F. F. Reese, the then Bishop of Georgia (4th) at Christ Church in Savannah. The eulogy commemorated the
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Incidents in the life of a slave girlIncidents in the life of a slave girl
Raised by her freed Grandmother, who tried many times to purchase Harriet’s freedom
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