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  • From Slave Ship to Harvard From Slave Ship to Harvard

    From Slave Ship to Harvard

    $26.95
    From Slave Ship to Harvard is the true story of an African American family in Maryland over six generations. The author has reconstructed a unique narrative of black struggle and achievement from paintings, photographs, books, diaries, court records,...
    $26.95
  • Black History in the Philadelphia Landscape Black History in the Philadelphia Landscape

    Black History in the Philadelphia Landscape

    $18.95
    Black Philadelphians have shaped Philadelphia history since colonial times. In Black History in the Philadelphia Landscape, Amy Cohen recounts notable aspects of the Black experience in Philadelphia from the late 1600s to the 1960s and how this history...
    $18.95
  • Never Broken: Visualizing Lenape Histories Never Broken: Visualizing Lenape Histories

    Never Broken: Visualizing Lenape Histories

    $29.99
    Through a focus on Lenape art, culture, and history and a critical examination of historical visualizations of Native and European American relationships, Never Broken explores the ways in which art can create, challenge, and rewrite history. This richly...
    $29.99
  • An Indigenous Present An Indigenous Present

    An Indigenous Present

    $75.00
    This landmark volume is a gathering of Native North American  contemporary artists, musicians, filmmakers, choreographers, architects,  writers, photographers, designers and more. Conceived by Jeffrey  Gibson, a renowned artist of...
    $75.00
  • There Was a Party for Langston There Was a Party for Langston

    There Was a Party for Langston

    $18.99
    Back in the day, there was a heckuva party, a jam, for a word-making man. The King of Letters. Langston Hughes. His ABCs became drums, bumping jumping thumping like a heart the size of the whole country. They sent some people yelling and others, his...
    $18.99
  • Simone Leigh Simone Leigh

    Simone Leigh

    $75.00
    Over the past two decades, Simone Leigh has created artwork that situates questions of Black femme-identified subjectivity at the center  of contemporary art discourse. Her sculpture, video, installation and social practice explore ideas of race,...
    $75.00
  • Jake Makes A World Jake Makes A World

    Jake Makes A World

    $18.95
    Jake Makes a World follows the creative adventures of the young  Jacob Lawrence as he finds inspiration in the vibrant colors and  characters of his community in Harlem. From his mother's apartment,  where he is surrounded by brightly...
    $18.95
  • Art Essentials: History of African Art Art Essentials: History of African Art

    Art Essentials: History of African Art

    $18.95
    This indispensable introductory guide explores the art of the African continent from its early origins over 75,000 years ago to the contemporary, set in the context of postcolonial debates, the restitution of cultural objects and artifacts, and the...
    $18.95
  • On the Turtle's Back On the Turtle's Back

    On the Turtle's Back

    $25.95
    The Lenape tribe, also known as the Delaware Nation, lived for centuries on the land that English colonists later called New Jersey. But once America gained its independence, they were forced to move further west: to Indiana, then Missouri, and finally...
    $25.95
  • BLAM! Black Lives Always Mattered BLAM! Black Lives Always Mattered

    BLAM! Black Lives Always Mattered

    $35.00
    African American history has produced countless exceptional heroes, leaders, and role models. The graphic novel, BLAM! Black Lives Always Mattered!, tells  the inspiring stories of 14 important Black Philadelphians, such as opera singer Marian...
    $35.00