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        Slavery to Liberation: The African American Experience by Joshua Farrington, Norman W. Powell, Gwendolyn
        Graham, Lisa Day & Ogechi E. Anyanwu (2019): Encompass Digital Archive. 

Gives instructors, students, and general readers a comprehensive and up-to-date account of African Americans’ cultural and political history, economic development, artistic expressiveness, and religious and philosophical worldviews in a critical framework. It offers sound interdisciplinary analysis of selected historical and contemporary issues surrounding the origins and manifestations of White supremacy in the United States. By placing race at the center of the work, the book offers significant lessons for understanding the institutional marginalization of Blacks in contemporary America and their historical resistance and perseverance.


Additional Resources

African American Experience: Primary Source Sets (Digital Public Library of America) 

African American History Lecture Series (Stanford/YouTube)

Amistad Research Center (Tulane University)

Black Abolitionist Archive (University of Detroit Mercy)

Black History in Oklahoma (Oklahoma Historical Society) (Black Past nonprofit org)

Black Women's Suffrage Archive (DPLA)

Civil Rights History Project (Library of Congress)

Digital Harlem (University of Sydney)

Digital Library on American Slavery (University of North Carolina Greensboro)

Digital Schomburg (New York Public Library)

F. B. Eyes Digital Archive (Washington University in St. Louis)

Frederick Douglass Papers (Library of Congress)

National Museum of African American History & Culture (Smithsonian)

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