The Black Holocaust: For Beginners
Writers and Readers Publishing, 1995 - History - 184 pages
Breathing new life into a horrific period of history, this book takes readers back to the roots of African slavery in 1441 and brings them forward. Told from the point of view of one of the captive African women, the story shares her suffering, shame and helplessness, but also the bonding among captives and their efforts to maintain sacred traditions and rituals. Illustrations.
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