Long Memory: The Black Experience in America

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OUP USA, 1982 - History - 486 pages
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This powerful, provocative survey is organized around the key issues of Afro-American history: Africa and slavery, family, religion, sex and racism, politics, economics, education, criminal justice, discrimination and protest movements, and black nationalism.

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User Review  - Curtis Anderson - Goodreads

This was one of the first books I read on Black History. I read this after reading Lerone Bennet's "Before The Mayflower." I like the way the book is organized. It was a very pleasant read. Read full review

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Mary Frances Berry is at Howard University. John W. Blassingame is at Yale University.