Sandra Adell
Author
 
Shawn L. Alexander
Author
 
Josephine Allen, Editor
Sherman Puckett, Editor
Hanes Walton, Jr., Editor
 
Paul Alkebulan
Assistant Professor of History
Virginia State University
 
Derrick Alridge
Author
 
Felix Armfield
ASALH Executive Council
Assoc. Professor of History Buffalo
State University
 
Dr. Molefi Kete Asante
Professor
Department of African American
Studies
Temple University
www.asante.net
 
Pansye Atkinson
Author
 
Bobby Austin
Author
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www.bobbyaustin.com
 
Thelma Austin
Author
 
Jacqueline Bacon, Ph.D.
San Diego, CA
www.jaquelinebacon.com
.
Offering an alternative account
of the abolitionist
Rhetoric,
Empowerment, and Abolition
,
examines , examines
and the
diverse, empowering, the
diverse, empowering, and
theoretically complex and
theoretically complex array of
rhetorical strategies used by
African Americans and white
females during the abolitionist
movement
 
examines comprehensively the
first African-American creating a
detailed history of the periodical,
mining its columns for the
wealth of information they
provide about black life and
thought of the period, and
exploring the newspaper’s
legacy and impact.
D'Army Bailey
Author
Lee D. Baker
Author
 
Davarian Baldwin
Associate Professor of History,
African, and African Diaspora Studies
Boston College
 
John T. Barber
Author/Professor/Media Analyst
Washington, DC
 
Ronald Barksdale-Hall
Author
 
Joyce Barnes
Author
 
Linda Barnickel
Author
 
Thomas Battle
Author
 
Ed.D Christopher C. Bell Jr.
Author
 
Dan Berger
Author
 
Sonya Bernard-Hollins
Author, Historian
Sound is captured in the 5th
anniversary edition of, "Here I
Stand," by Sonya Bernard-Hollins.
Battle Creek, Michigan may be
known most for its music legends
like Jr. Walker, graced the city and
left their prints on the world.
Located between Chicago, and
Detroit, those in this little town had
passion, heart and determination to
break barriers, and dream big. In
"Here I Stand," dozens of
never-before stories and photos are
displayed beautifully. The book also  
includes discussion and activity
prompts perfect for classroom
history projects.

Award-winning journalist Sonya
Bernard-Hollins is a native of
Michigan and works as a freelance
journalist for various news medias in
the Midwest.

To order, "Here I Stand," visit
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information, call Fortitude Graphics
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Mary Frances Berry
Author
Marquis Bey
Author
 
Andrew Billingsley, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology
University of South Carolina
 
RADM Barry C. Black, USN (ret.)
Chaplain, U.S. Senate
 
Samuel W. Black
Curator
African American Collections Heinz
History Center
Pittsburgh, PA
 
 
Joyce Barnes
Author
 
Simeon Booker
Author
Tonya Bolden
Author

Set against the backdrop of American history, her tale encompasses the creation of Indian Territory, the making of Oklahoma, and the establishment of black towns and oil-rich boomtowns. Rector acquired her fortune at the age of eleven. This is both her story and that of children just like her: one filled with ups and downs amid bizarre goings-on and crimes perpetrated by greedy and corrupt adults. From a trove of primary documents, including court and census records and interviews with family members, author Tonya Bolden painstakingly pieces together the events of Sarah's life and the lives of those around her.

Cynthia A. Bond Hopson
Author
 
Aubrey Bonnett
Author
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Group Identification Among
Negroes: An Examination of
the Soul Concept in the
United States of America
 
 
 
 
Stefan M. Bradley
Author
 
LaTonya Branham
Author/Adjunct Professor
Multicultural Education
Central State University
www.latonyabranham.com
 
Dr. Peggy Brooks-Bertram
University at Buffalo &
Co-Founder of the
Uncrowned Queens Institute for
Research and Education
on Women, Inc.
$24.99
To order, please send an email to:
Peggy Bertram Publishing
Click the cover for a larger version.
"Dr. Brooks-Bertram has now
placed Houston's work in the
bright light that it deserves. It is
a tragedy that the better part
of a century has passed with
the world deprived of Dunjee's
great gifts of writing and her
model of a visionary and fearless
life of a warrior on behalf of
African people, and indeed
humanity itself."  
Asa G.
Hilliard, III
,
Fuller J. Calloway Professor,
George State University
Dr. Peggy Brooks-Bertram &
Barbara Seals Nevergold
Co-founders of the Uncrowned
Queens Institute for Research and
Education on Women at the
University at Buffalo in New York and
ASALH Members.
 
Karol Brown
Author
 
Nikki Brown
Professor of History
Grambling State University
 
Gloria Brown-Marshall
Author
 
Gloria J.  Browne-Marshall
Author
 
Joan C. Browning
Lewisburg, WV
Website
 
Elizabeth Jean Brumfield
Author
An Ordinary Man: Black Power in Overalls
 
Jackie Bryant-Smith
Author
 
Lonnie G. Bunch, III
Founding Director, Smithonian
National Museum of African American
History and Culture
 
A'Lelia Bundles
Author
 
Lawrence A. Q. Burnley
Author
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Click here for flyer.
 
Joyce Burnett
Author
 
Valencia Campbell, Ph.D.
Author and Professor Howard
University
 
David A. Canton
Author
 
Joy Gleason Carew
Author
 
Harry M. Cartwright, Sr. PhD
Author
 
Joan Cartwright
Author
 
 
 
Robert Cassanello, Ph.D.
Author
 
 
Bernard A. Chavis
Author
 
Angela R. Chester-Johnson
(Mbodj)
Author
 
Karen Chilton
Author, Actor
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Suleyman Clark
Author
 
Elizabeth Clark~Lewis
ASALH Executive Council
Professor of History
Howard University
Jelani Cobb
Author
 
Latangela Coleman-Crossfield
Author
 
Bettye Collier-Thomas
Author
 
Freddie C. Colston, Ph.D.
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
 
Mary E. Corey
&
Mark Harnischfeger
 
Robert J. Cottrol
Harold Paul Green Research
Professor of Law
Professor of History and Sociology
 
Richard Courage
Author
 
Iris Creshaw
 
Emilye Crosby
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
 
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