Jeffrey C. Stewart, Associate Professor of History at George Mason University, takes the reader on an all-encompassing journey through the entirety of African-American history that is pithy, provocative, and encyclopedic in scope. Here are all the people, terms, ideas, events, and social processes that make African-American history such a fascinating and inspiring subject.
1001 Things Everyone Should Know About African-American History covers all the significant information in six broad sections: Great Migrations; Civil Rights and Politics; Science, Inventions and Medicine; Sports; Military; Culture and Religion. It will entertain as well as instruct, and it can be read from beginning to end as well as opened at random and read at any length without confusion.
A necessary addition to every family's library, 1001 Things Everyone Should Know About African-American History presents African American history in a fun, engaging and intelligent way.
Great unknown facts for the general population. Standard knowledge for anyone with a decent education.Published 1 day ago by mome2be
My best friend and her husband have this as a guest reader on their coffee table. I had to buy it myself; well worth the money!Published 12 days ago by Roslyn McKinney
Purchased for my 7 year old and it's not difficult for him to read. We love itPublished 1 month ago by Angela D Daniels-Gray
I am using this book to educate my son and grandsons on some of the cultural facets of the Black Experience in America.Published 2 months ago by Lou H
Wonderfully beneficial and enlightening for people of all nationalities. Since purchasing this book and showing to coworkers, several purchased it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mother
Any history buff would be pleased to have this book in their collection.Published 5 months ago by lydia
love this book iam learning all about the hidden history that was never taught in school shamePublished 6 months ago by MRS BETTY T. WOODS
This book needs to be on every bookshelf in America!!!! Great for middle and high school children as a source of reference.Published 7 months ago by Evelyn