""The Mis-Education of the Negro" originally published in 1933 by Dr. Carter Godwin Woodson, is arguably his greatest book. In "The Education of the Negro" Woodson addresses the education of African Americans prior to the Civil War."
""The Mis-Education of the Negro" is one of the most important books on education ever written. Carter G. Woodson shows us the weakness of Euro-centric based curriculums that fail to include African American history and culture."
""The Mis-Education of the Negro," originally published in 1933 by Dr. Carter Godwin Woodson, is arguably his greatest book. For many, "The Willie Lynch Letter" is required reading for various courses and curriculums."
""The Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave" is widely considered to be one of the top 100 most controversial books of all time. Required reading for many courses, the Willie Lynch book is considered to be true by some and legend by others."
""A Century of Negro Migration" is a provocative work by the distinguished African-American scholar, Carter G. Woodson, First published in 1918, "A Century of Negro Migration" traces the migration of southern blacks to the north and the west from the colonial era through the early 20th century."
""Army Life in a Black Regiment" is the Civil War memoir of written by Thomas Wentworth Higginson, an abolitionist who was commissioned as a colonel to head the first regiment of emancipated slaves in 1862."
"Mary Seacole, "The Black Florence Nightingale" was once one of the best-known women in England. She was a Caribbean doctress who had travelled widely, and was able to put her skills to good use in the Crimean War."
""The Mis-Education of the Negro" is one of the most important black history books or African American literature ever written. Penned by thought leader Carter G. Woodson, "The Mis-Education of the Negro" unveils the weakness of Euro-centric based curriculums that fail to include African American history and culture."
"Frederick Douglass, who was born into slavery around 1818, is best known for his role in bringing the harsh realities of slavery to the attention of white Americans. After escaping from slavery himself, Frederick Douglas also became a living proof of the falsehood of common claims (in that day) that black Americans were intellectually inferior to whites."
""Stolen Legacy," by Dr. George G. M. James, is a controversial work first published in 1954. To the consternation of some, James dared to assert that the Greeks were not the authors of Greek philosophy, and that so-called Greek philosophy was in fact based upon the primary ideas and concepts borrowed-without acknowledgement-from the ancient Egyptians."
"First published in England in 1831, "The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave Narrative" is one of the most important narratives of the slave experience in the Americas. This book describes in detail the reality of the slave experience: the dehumanization of Black people, the moral degradation of their masters, and the ever-present violence."
""Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands" is the vivid account of the Crimean War experiences of Mary Seacole. It is also one of the earliest autobiographies of a mixed-race (Scottish and Jamaican) woman."