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A Black History Journey Margaret McCants
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9780997270709
America has 2 histories: American history and Black history. American history is "of the people, by the people and for the people." Black history is the struggle for equal citizenship, full person-hood, within the framework of The Declaration of Independence and The Constitution. Malcolm X stated, "History is a people's memory..." As science is discovering, through the study of epigenetics, summed up in a quote by author, Isaiah Washington,"DNA is memory!" History has made us who we are today. And we in turn are creating the present for future generations. If we don't access our memories, we won't know who we are. The cost of not honoring one's ancestors is not honoring oneself. ...
A Cool Breeze Margaret McCants
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ISBN: 9780997270761
A portrait of a young poet's musings, written over the past five years. Over 70 poems reflect upon life, love, poetry, spirituality, art and society. Written in various styles, the short, simple poems flow, from one to the next. They tell a loose tale of a poet finding, losing and seeking love in life, in another, in oneself, and in God.
The Story of American Slavery Margaret McCants
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ISBN: 9780997270747
The Story of American Slavery was written in honor of the 150th anniversary of The Emancipation Proclamation. From Columbus to Jamestown, the American Revolution to the Civil War - 'The Story of American Slavery' chronicles several centuries, reflecting upon significant facts, and events, in the development, and later abolition, of slavery in America. Starting from the 1400's, the long poem describes some of the voyages, slave codes, rebellions, and key figures during those times. Some key figures include: Christopher Columbus, Ponce De Leon, John Rolfe, Anthony Johnson, Nat Turner, Frederick Douglass, Cinque, Harriet Tubman, John Brown and more.
The Story of Zangara Margaret McCants
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ISBN: 9780997270723
The Story of Zangara is a slave narrative adapted to poetry. It is based on Part I of “Slavery Illustrated, in the Histories of Zangara and Maquama, Two Negroes Stolen From Africa and Sold into Slavery. Related by Themselves.” The poem chronicles the major events and developments in Zangara's life. Zangara grew up near the Niger River, where he lived with his family in a village called, Tamata. After a trading expedition, he and his family were captured and shipped to America. Through his story, we learn about African customs and traditions, and witness the tragic loss endured by African slaves.