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Black Oxygen - The American Dream (2012)
26 March 2012

Black Oxygen - The American Dream (2012)

Artist: Black Oxygen
Album: The American Dream
Year: 2012
Genre: Rock
Bitrate: VBR 192-320 kbps
Format: MP3
Tracks: 13
Size: 102 mb
Black Maestro: The Epic Life of an American Legend
26 December 2011

Black Maestro: The Epic Life of an American Legend

Black Maestro: The Epic Life of an American Legend

2007 | 304 | ISBN: 006125228X | PDF | 1 Mb

In Black Maestro, Joe Drape meticulously brings to life the drama, adventures, romances, and heartbreaks of an unlikely participant in the greatest historical events of the twentieth century. It is a breathtaking narrative that takes you from pastoral Kentucky to Mob–controlled Chicago, from the horse country of Poland to the chaos of Red Square, and from freewheeling Paris to the hard–luck American South of the Depression. It is also a story that returns Jimmy Winkfield to his rightful place as an original American hero....
Black American Biographies The Journey of Achievement
7 November 2013

Black American Biographies The Journey of Achievement
Jeff Wallenfeldt, "Black American Biographies: The Journey of Achievement"
English | ISBN: 1615301372 | 2010 | PDF | 404 pages | 10,6 mb

Black American Biographies: The Journey of Achievement
4 September 2010

Black American Biographies: The Journey of Achievement
Black American Biographies: The Journey of Achievement
Publisher: Rosen Educational | 2010 | PDF | 376 pages | ISBN: 1615301372 | 10.6Mb


Screens Fade to Black: Contemporary African American Cinema
25 May 2011

Screens Fade to Black: Contemporary African American Cinema

Screens Fade to Black: Contemporary African American Cinema

2006 | 232 | ISBN: 0275983617 | PDF | 1 Mb

Examines how African American directors have depicted racial issues since the mid-90s, revealing the ways in which they both consciously avoid and sometimes utilize racial stereotypes....
Dr. William K. Black: The Great American Bank Robbery
15 February 2011

Dr. William K. Black: The Great American Bank Robbery

Dr. William K. Black: The Great American Bank Robbery
English | 640x360 | AVI DIVX V/AKbps | MP3 128Kbps | 945 MB
Genre: eLearning

You Want A Triple AAA, Just Give Me Some More Money. Ratigan, Eliot Spitzer and comedian Sherrod Small play a game of credit rating theater. There is extreme truth in this little bit of comedic fiction, including the fact that absolutely nothing has changed.

This clip is phenomenal at showing how they play the game. William K. Black
The New Black Gods: Arthur Huff Fauset and the Study of African American Religions
23 July 2010

The New Black Gods: Arthur Huff Fauset and the Study of African American Religions
The New Black Gods: Arthur Huff Fauset and the Study of African American Religions
Indiana University Press 2009 | 288 | ISBN: 0253352827 | PDF | 1
Taking the influential work of Arthur Huff Fauset as a starting point to break down the false dichotomy that exists between mainstream and marginal, a new generation of scholars offers fresh ideas for understanding the religious expressions of African Americans in the United States. Fauset's 1944 classic, Black Gods of the Metropolis, launched original methods and theories for thinking about African American religions as modern, cosmopolitan, and democratic. The essays in this collection show the diversity of African American religion in the wake of the Great Migration and consider the full field of African American religion from Pentecostalism to Black Judaism, Black Islam, and Father Divine's Peace Mission Movement. As a whole, they create a dynamic, humanistic, and thoroughly interdisciplinary understanding of African American religious history and life. This book is essential reading for anyone who studies the African American experience....
VA - Before The Blues: The Early American Black Music Scene (1996)
6 November 2010

VA - Before The Blues: The Early American Black Music Scene (1996)
VA - Before The Blues: The Early American Black Music Scene (1996)
3CDs | Genre: Blues | Release: 1996 | MP3 320 kbps | 514 MB
Black Directors in Hollywood
24 September 2010

Black Directors in Hollywood
Black Directors in Hollywood
Publisher: University of Texas Press 2003 | 389 Pages | ISBN: 0292701799 , 0292701780 | PDF | 5 MB

"Donalson's pioneering text . . . will become an indispensable resource for general students, undergraduate and graduate students, and the general reader. It will be a major contribution to American and African American film studies and popular culture." --Wilfred D. Samuels, Associate Professor of English, University of Utah
A Grand Army of Black Men: Letters from African-American Soldiers in the Union Army 1861-1865
17 August 2014

A Grand Army of Black Men: Letters from African-American Soldiers in the Union Army 1861-1865

Edwin S. Redkey, "A Grand Army of Black Men: Letters from African-American Soldiers in the Union Army 1861-1865"
C. U, P | November 27, 1992 | 328 Pages | ISBN: 0521434009 | PDF | 7 MB

The Civil War stands vivid in the collective memory of the American public. There has always been a profound interest in the subject, and specifically of Blacks' participation in and reactions to the war and the war's outcome. Almost 200,000 African-American soldiers fought for the Union in the Civil War. Although most were illiterate ex-slaves, several thousand were well educated, free black men from the northern states. The 129 letters in this collection were written by black soldiers in the Union army during the Civil War to black and abolitionist newspapers. They provide a unique expression of the black voice that was meant for a public forum. The letters tell of the men's experiences, their fears, and their hopes. They describe in detail their army days--the excitement of combat and the drudgery of digging trenches. Some letters give vivid descriptions of battle; others protest racism; still others call eloquently for civil rights. Many describe their conviction that they are fighting not only to free the slaves but to earn equal rights as citizens. These letters give an extraordinary picture of the war and also reveal the bright expectations, hopes, and ultimately the demands that black soldiers had for the future--for themselves and for their race. As first-person documents of the Civil War, the letters are strong statements of the American dream of justice and equality, and of the human spirit.