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Kenyatta's Last Hit
Publisher ‏ : ‎ Holloway House; Reprint edition (August 27, 2013) Language ‏ : ‎ English Paperback ‏ : ‎ 256 pages ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0758290292 ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0758290298
$15.00
Life with Plants: A Coloring Book
From stumpy potted houseplants to intricate and delicate flower arrangements, color Katie Vaz's favorite plants and bring her journey to life in Life with Plants Coloring Book.From Katie Vaz, author of Don’t Worry, Eat Cake, the beloved Make Yourself Cozy, and the illustrated memoir My...
$12.99
The American Demagogue: Donald Trump in the Presidency of the United States of America
Demagogues act as if they have a right to rule not as Plato's philosopher kings but, in a twisted perversion, because of their supposed higher intelligence. And yet, in the case of Donald Trump, there is little evidence that he...
$15.00
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First 100 Words From the 90s (Highchair U)
A pop culture primer for babies, First 100 Words From the 90s is da bomb!Throw on those baggy jeans, your favorite pair of slouch socks, and take your baby on a stroller ride back in time to share the most popular and iconic...
$9.99
Time: The Untold Story of the Love That Held Us Together When Incarceration Kept Us Apart
"If it's not facing 297 years in prison, it's not a problem."--Richardson family mottoThe twenty-one years that kept Rob separated from his wife, Fox, and their six sons was long enough. As Rob survived two decades at America's bloodiest penitentiary...
$26.99
Brave. Black. First.: 100 Postcards Celebrating More Than 50 African American Women Who Changed the World
These 100 stunning postcards celebrate 50 groundbreaking African American women, from Harriet Tubman and Rosa Parks to Angela Davis and Beyoncé—published in collaboration with the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture.Based on the children's book Brave. Black. First.,...
$20.00
Where Are You Going, Manyoni?
"Manyoni is on her way to school; she gets up at dawn to walk two hours across the plain, along the Limpopo riverbed....As seen in Stock's beautifully rendered impressionistic watercolors...wild animals and birds are on almost every spread--more than 30...
$17.99
When the Devil Knocks: The Congo Tradition and the Politics of Blackness in Twentieth-Century Panama
Despite its long history of encounters with colonialism, slavery, and neocolonialism, Panama continues to be an under-researched site of African Diaspora identity, culture, and performance. To address this void, Renée Alexander Craft examines an Afro-Latin Carnival performance tradition called “Congo”...
$106.75
We Are Who We Say We Are: A Black Family's Search for Home Across the Atlantic World
This colored Creole story offers a unique historical lens through which to understand the issues of migration, immigration, passing, identity, and color-forces that still shape American society today. We Are Who We Say We Are provides a detailed, nuanced account of shifting...
$45.50
We Are the Poors: Community Struggles in Post-Apartheid South Africa
When Nelson Mandela was elected president of South Africa in 1994, freedom-loving people around the world hailed a victory over racial domination, injustice and inequality. The end of apartheid did not change the basic conditions of life for the majority...
$24.99
The Teacher Clarity Playbook, Grades K-12: A Hands-On Guide to Creating Learning Intentions and Success Criteria for Organized, Effective Instruction
Unlock the secrets to student achievement with purposeful learning and clear expectations On a clear day, you can learn forever― that’s the adapted lyric you’ll be happily humming once you’ve covered this playbook, because you will have mastered using learning...
$45.50
Understanding Blackness through Performance: Contemporary Arts and the Representation of Identity
How does the performance of blackness reframe issues of race, class, gender, and sexuality? Here, the contributors look into representational practices in film, literature, fashion, and theatre and explore how they have fleshed out political struggles, while recognizing that they...
$99.99
Twisted: The Tangled History of Black Hair Culture (CD)
From Guardian contributor and prominent BBC race correspondent Emma Dabiri comes a timely and resonant essay collection exploring the ways in which Black hair has been appropriated and stigmatized throughout history, with ruminations on body politics, race, pop culture, and Dabiri’s own...
$79.98
Turtle Bogue: Afro-Caribbean Life and Culture in a Costa Rican Village
This study records an oral history and ethnography of the Afro-Caribbean individuals and families who settled in Tortuguero, a small village in northeastern Costa Rica. It is the product of nine months of field work in Costa Rica by the...
$128.00
Troubling Vision: Performance, Visuality, and Blackness
Troubling Vision addresses American culture’s fixation on black visibility, exploring how blackness is persistently seen as a problem in public culture and even in black scholarship that challenges racist discourse. Through trenchant analysis, Nicole R. Fleetwood reorients the problem of black...
$45.50
Troubling Biblical Waters: Race, Class, and Family
Scholarly and stimulating look at the importance of the Bible for Blacks and of Blacks in the Bible."Lucidly written with profound messages . . ."-Black Issues in Higher Education A comprehensive and challenging look at the significance of the Bible...
$29.00
Tropical Travels: Brazilian Popular Performance, Transnational Encounters, and the Construction of Race
Brazilian popular culture, including music, dance, theater, and film, played a key role in transnational performance circuits—inter-American and transatlantic—from the latter nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth century. Brazilian performers both drew inspiration from and provided models for...
$35.99
Tropical Freedom: Climate, Settler Colonialism, and Black Exclusion in the Age of Emancipation
In Tropical Freedom Ikuko Asaka engages in a hemispheric examination of the intersection of emancipation and settler colonialism in North America. Asaka shows how from the late eighteenth century through Reconstruction, emancipation efforts in the United States and present-day Canada were accompanied...
$129.99
The Trickster Comes West: Pan-African Influence in Early Black Diasporan Narratives
In the past, scholars have looked at narratives of the African diaspora only to discover how these memoirs, poems, and fictions related to the West. The Trickster Comes West: Pan-African Influence in Early Black Diasporan Narratives explores relationships among African American, Afro-Caribbean,...
$45.50
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