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Bad Blood: The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment by James H. Jones.  This work chronicles the 40 Year experiment that Black people suffered in Tuskegee, Alabama.  Black Men with Syphilis went untreated even though they were told they had received treatment.  $14.95


Freedom's Children: The Passage From Emancipation to the Great Migration by Velma Maia Thomas. A stirring collection of photographs and removable documents that bring to life the heart wrenching tal Of Free Blacks during Reconstruction into the 20th century.  Hard Cover $17.95


Making of the Whiteman: History, Tradition and The  Teaching of Elijah Muhammad by Paul Lawrence Guthrie.  Guthrie examines the teachings of Elijah Muhammad. and compares them to the facts of history and the ancient writings of traditional accounts. $9.95


The Black New Yorkers: 400 Years of African American History by The Shomburg Center For Research In Black Culture with a foreword by Maya Angelou.  An immense work that chronicles the African American experience in New York since the 14th Century.  $20.00 


The Devil's Flu: The World's Deadliest Influenza Epidemic and the Scientific Hunt for the Virus That Caused It by Pete Davies. The Devil's Flu recounts the story of  The 1918 Spanish Flu, that Killed more American's than all the wars of the 20th century combined and it's Global Influence. $14.00


Wars Of Empire by Douglas Porch. It Chronicles the Period of the Great African land rush,the Russian advance over Central Asia, American Imperialism and the expansion of the British Empire across the globe. Hard Cover $25.00


Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography in America by James Allen, Hilton Als, Congressman John Lewis, and Leon F. Litwack.  A Photo History of Lynching in America.  From a Time when White Americas would send Photos on postcards of Lynched Blacks to each other. Hard Cover $65.00


The ICEMAN Inheritance:Prehistoric Sources of Western Man;s Racism, Sexism and Agression by Michael Bradley with a introduction by Dr. John Henrik Clarke. Bradley delves back into the Ice Age to find prehistoric sources of the white races agression, racism and sexism. Bradley offers a persuasive argument that the white race is more agressive than other groups. And, in tracing the effects of the agression, Bradley offers an uncomfortable all-too-plausible explanation for the pattern of human history. $15.95


Criminalizing a Race: Free Black During Slavery by Charshee C.L. McIntyre.  Prof. McIntyre Gives a historical recap of how we were made to be criminal and why this was a neccesity to keep us in an oppressive condition. $14.95


From Babylon to Timbuktu
by Rudolph R. Windsor. 
Gives an in depth look at OURstory of Africa from the most ancient times to the high civilizations of West Africa. $11.95


One Drop of Blood: The American Misadventure of Race by Scott L. Malcomson. The text examines the relationship between the Native Americans, Black and Whites Throughout America's turbulent history. Hard Cover $20.00


The Black West by William Loren Katz.  A Documentary and Pictorial History of the African American Role in the Western Expansion of the United States. $15.00


The Missing Pages of "HIS-STORY": Highlights in Black Achievement by Indus Kamit Kush.  This work highlight sthe Greatest accomplishments of African History by using the voices of some of the world's foremost historians.  Some of the highlights are Afruacans as the creators of Science, Religion, and the first Genius. $15.95 


The Cotton Plantion South: Since The Civil War by Charles S. Aiken. Aiken Traces the development of the southern cotton plantation since the Civil War-from the emergence of tenacy after 1865 through its decline during the Depression, to the post-World War II development of the large industrial farm. Hard Cover $25.00