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The Resource Four hundred souls : a community history of African America, 1619-2019, edited by Ibram X. Kendi, and Keisha N. Blain

Four hundred souls : a community history of African America, 1619-2019, edited by Ibram X. Kendi, and Keisha N. Blain

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Four hundred souls : a community history of African America, 1619-2019
Title
Four hundred souls
Title remainder
a community history of African America, 1619-2019
Statement of responsibility
edited by Ibram X. Kendi, and Keisha N. Blain
Title variation
Community history of African America, 1619-2019
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eng
Summary
"A "choral history" of African Americans covering 400 years of history in the voices of 80 writers, edited by the bestselling, National Book Award-winning historian Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain. Last year marked the four hundredth anniversary of the first African presence in the Americas--and also launched the Four Hundred Souls project, spearheaded by Ibram X. Kendi, director of the Antiracism Institute of American University, and Keisha Blain, editor of The North Star. They've gathered together eighty black writers from all disciplines -- historians and artists, journalists and novelists--each of whom has contributed an entry about one five-year period to create a dynamic multivoiced single-volume history of black people in America."--
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contains biographical information
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973/.0496073
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index present
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E185
LC item number
.F625 2021
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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1985-
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  • Kendi, Ibram X.
  • Blain, Keisha N.
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  • African Americans
  • Indians of North America
  • United States
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Four hundred souls : a community history of African America, 1619-2019, edited by Ibram X. Kendi, and Keisha N. Blain
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 397-442) and index
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volume
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
  • by Maurice Carlos Ruffin ; 1649-1654 : the Black family
  • by Joseph Bennett
  • Conclusion : our ancestor's wildest dreams
  • by Keisha N. Blain
  • by Heather Andrea Williams ; 1654-1659 : unfree labor
  • by Nakia D. Parker ; Poem : "upon arrival" by Jericho Brown
  • Part two. 1659-1664 : Elizabeth Keye
  • by Jennifer L. Morgan ; 1664-1669 : the Virginia law on baptism
  • by Jemar Tisby ; 1669-1674 : the royal African company
  • by David A. Love ; 1674-1679 : Bacon's rebellion
  • by Heather C. McGhee ; 1679-1684 : the Virginia law that forbade bearing arms; or the Virginia law that forbade armed self-defense
  • by Kellie Carter Jackson ; 1684-1689 : the code noir
  • by Laurence Ralph ; 1689-1694 : the Germantown petition against slavery
  • A community of souls : an introduction
  • by Christopher J. Lebron ; 1694-1699 : the middle passage
  • by Mary E. Hicks ; Poem : "Mama, where you keep your gun?"
  • by Phillip B. Williams
  • Part three. 1699-1704 : the selling of Joseph
  • by Brandon R. Byrd ; 1704-1709 : the Virginia slave codes
  • by Kay Wright ; 1709-1714 : the revolt in New York
  • by Herb Boyd ; 1714-1719 : the slave market
  • by Sasha Turner ; 1719-1724 : maroons and marronage
  • by Sylviane A. Diouf ; 1724-1729 : the spirituals
  • by Corey D. B. Walker ; 1729-1734 : African identities
  • by Ibram X. Kendi
  • by Walter C. Rucker ; 1734-1739 : from Fort Mose to soul city
  • by Brentin Mock ; Poem : "before revolution"
  • by Morgan Parker
  • Part four. 1739-1744 : the Stono rebellion
  • by Wesley Lowery ; 1744-1749 : Lucy Terry Prince
  • by Nafissa Thompson-Spires ; 1749-1754 : race and the enlightenment
  • by Dorothy E. Roberts ; 1754-1759 : Blackness and indigeneity
  • by Kyle T. Mays ; 1759-1764 : one Black boy : the Great Lakes and the Midwest
  • by Tiya Miles ; 1764-1769 : Phillis Wheatley
  • by Alexis Pauline Gumbs ; 1769-1774 : David George
  • Part one. 1619-1624 : arrival
  • by William J. Barber II ; 1774-1779 : the American revolution
  • by Martha S. Jones ; Poem : "not without some instances of uncommon cruelty"
  • by Justin Phillip Reed
  • Part five. 1779-1784 : Savannah Georgia
  • by Daina Ramey Berry ; 1784-1789 : the U.S. Constitution
  • by Donna Brazile ; 1789-1794 : Sally Hemings
  • by Annette Gordon-Reed ; 1794-1799 : the fugitive slave act
  • by Deirdre Copper Owens ; 1799-1804 : higher education
  • by Craig Steven Wilder ; 1804-1809 : cotton
  • by Kiese Laymon ; 1809-1814 : the Lousiana rebellion
  • by Nikole Hannah-Jones ; 1624-1629 : Africa
  • by Clint Smith ; 1814-1819 : queer sexuality
  • by Raquel Willis ; Poem : "remembering the Albany 3"
  • by Ishmael Reed
  • Part six. 1819-1824 : Denmark Vesey
  • by Robert Jones, Jr. ; 1824-1829 : Freedom's Journal
  • by Pamela Newkirk ; 1829-1834 : Maria Stewart
  • by Kathryn Sophia Belle ; 1834-1839 : the national Negro conventions
  • by Eugene Scott ; 1839-1844 : racial passing
  • by Allyson Hobbs ; 1844-1849 : James McCune Smith, M.D.
  • by Harriet A. Washington ; 1849-1854 : Oregon
  • by Molefi Kete Asante ; 1629-1634 : whipped for lying with a Black woman
  • by Mitchell S. Jackson ; 1854-1859 : Dred Scott
  • by John A. Powell ; Poem : "compromise"
  • by Donika Kelly
  • Part seven. 1859-1864 : Frederick Douglass
  • by Adam Serwer ; 1864-1869 : the Civil War
  • by Jamelle Bouie ; 1869-1874 : reconstruction
  • by Michael Harriot ; 1874-1879 : Atlanta
  • by Tera W. Hunter ; 1879-1884 : John Wayne Niles
  • by William A. Darity, Jr. ; 1884-1889 : Philadelphia
  • by Kali Nicole Gross ; 1889-1894 : lynching
  • by Ijeoma Oluo ; 1634-1639 : tobacco
  • by Crystal N. Feimster ; 1894-1899 : Plessy v. Ferguson
  • by Blair L. M. Kelley ; Poem : "John Wayne Niles ... .
  • . .- -.- ... /
  • - --- Ermias Joseph Asghedom" by Mahogany L. Browne ; Part eight. 1899-1904 : Booker T. Washington
  • by Derrick Alridge ; 1904-1909 : Jack Johnson
  • by Howard Bryant ; 1909-1914 : the Black public intellectual
  • by Beverly Guy-Sheftall ; 1914-1919 : the great migration
  • by Isabel Wilkerson ; 1919-1924 : red summer
  • by Michelle Duster ; 1924-1929 : the Harlem Renaissance
  • by Farah Jasmine Griffin ; 1929-1934 : the Great Depression
  • by Damaris B. Hill ; 1639-1644 : Black women's labor
  • by Robin D. G. Kelley ; 1934-1939 : Nora Neale Hurston
  • by Bernice L. McFadden ; Poem : "coiled and unleashed" by Patricia Smith
  • Part nine. 1939-1944 : the Black soldier
  • by Chad Williams ; 1944-1949 : the Black left
  • by Russell Rickford ; 1949-1954 : the road to Brown v. Board of Education
  • by Sherrilyn Ifill ; 1954-1959 : Black arts
  • by Imani Perry ; 1959-1964 : the Civil Rights Movement
  • by Charles E. Cobb, Jr. ; 1964-1969 : Black power
  • by Peniel Joseph ; 1969-1974 : property
  • by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor ; 1974-1979 : Combahee river collective
  • by Brenda E. Stevenson ; 1644-1649 : Anthony Johnson, colony of Virginia
  • by Barbara Smith ; Poem : "and the record repeats"
  • by Chet'la Sebree
  • Part ten. 1979-1984 : the war on drugs
  • by James Forman, Jr. ; 1984-1989 : the hip-hop generation
  • by Bakari Kitwana ; 1989-1994 : Anita Hill
  • by Salamishah Tillet ; 1994-1999 : the crime bill ; by Angela Y. Davis ; 1999-2004 : the Black immigrant
  • by Esther Armah ; 2004-2009 : Hurricane Katrina
  • by Deborah Douglas ; 2009-2014 : the Shelby ruling
  • by Karine Jean-Pierre ; 2014-2019 : Black Lives Matter
  • by Alicia Garza ; Poem : American Abecedarian"
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xvii, 504 pages
Isbn
9780593134047
Lccn
2020043755
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)on1231725393
Label
Four hundred souls : a community history of African America, 1619-2019, edited by Ibram X. Kendi, and Keisha N. Blain
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 397-442) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • by Maurice Carlos Ruffin ; 1649-1654 : the Black family
  • by Joseph Bennett
  • Conclusion : our ancestor's wildest dreams
  • by Keisha N. Blain
  • by Heather Andrea Williams ; 1654-1659 : unfree labor
  • by Nakia D. Parker ; Poem : "upon arrival" by Jericho Brown
  • Part two. 1659-1664 : Elizabeth Keye
  • by Jennifer L. Morgan ; 1664-1669 : the Virginia law on baptism
  • by Jemar Tisby ; 1669-1674 : the royal African company
  • by David A. Love ; 1674-1679 : Bacon's rebellion
  • by Heather C. McGhee ; 1679-1684 : the Virginia law that forbade bearing arms; or the Virginia law that forbade armed self-defense
  • by Kellie Carter Jackson ; 1684-1689 : the code noir
  • by Laurence Ralph ; 1689-1694 : the Germantown petition against slavery
  • A community of souls : an introduction
  • by Christopher J. Lebron ; 1694-1699 : the middle passage
  • by Mary E. Hicks ; Poem : "Mama, where you keep your gun?"
  • by Phillip B. Williams
  • Part three. 1699-1704 : the selling of Joseph
  • by Brandon R. Byrd ; 1704-1709 : the Virginia slave codes
  • by Kay Wright ; 1709-1714 : the revolt in New York
  • by Herb Boyd ; 1714-1719 : the slave market
  • by Sasha Turner ; 1719-1724 : maroons and marronage
  • by Sylviane A. Diouf ; 1724-1729 : the spirituals
  • by Corey D. B. Walker ; 1729-1734 : African identities
  • by Ibram X. Kendi
  • by Walter C. Rucker ; 1734-1739 : from Fort Mose to soul city
  • by Brentin Mock ; Poem : "before revolution"
  • by Morgan Parker
  • Part four. 1739-1744 : the Stono rebellion
  • by Wesley Lowery ; 1744-1749 : Lucy Terry Prince
  • by Nafissa Thompson-Spires ; 1749-1754 : race and the enlightenment
  • by Dorothy E. Roberts ; 1754-1759 : Blackness and indigeneity
  • by Kyle T. Mays ; 1759-1764 : one Black boy : the Great Lakes and the Midwest
  • by Tiya Miles ; 1764-1769 : Phillis Wheatley
  • by Alexis Pauline Gumbs ; 1769-1774 : David George
  • Part one. 1619-1624 : arrival
  • by William J. Barber II ; 1774-1779 : the American revolution
  • by Martha S. Jones ; Poem : "not without some instances of uncommon cruelty"
  • by Justin Phillip Reed
  • Part five. 1779-1784 : Savannah Georgia
  • by Daina Ramey Berry ; 1784-1789 : the U.S. Constitution
  • by Donna Brazile ; 1789-1794 : Sally Hemings
  • by Annette Gordon-Reed ; 1794-1799 : the fugitive slave act
  • by Deirdre Copper Owens ; 1799-1804 : higher education
  • by Craig Steven Wilder ; 1804-1809 : cotton
  • by Kiese Laymon ; 1809-1814 : the Lousiana rebellion
  • by Nikole Hannah-Jones ; 1624-1629 : Africa
  • by Clint Smith ; 1814-1819 : queer sexuality
  • by Raquel Willis ; Poem : "remembering the Albany 3"
  • by Ishmael Reed
  • Part six. 1819-1824 : Denmark Vesey
  • by Robert Jones, Jr. ; 1824-1829 : Freedom's Journal
  • by Pamela Newkirk ; 1829-1834 : Maria Stewart
  • by Kathryn Sophia Belle ; 1834-1839 : the national Negro conventions
  • by Eugene Scott ; 1839-1844 : racial passing
  • by Allyson Hobbs ; 1844-1849 : James McCune Smith, M.D.
  • by Harriet A. Washington ; 1849-1854 : Oregon
  • by Molefi Kete Asante ; 1629-1634 : whipped for lying with a Black woman
  • by Mitchell S. Jackson ; 1854-1859 : Dred Scott
  • by John A. Powell ; Poem : "compromise"
  • by Donika Kelly
  • Part seven. 1859-1864 : Frederick Douglass
  • by Adam Serwer ; 1864-1869 : the Civil War
  • by Jamelle Bouie ; 1869-1874 : reconstruction
  • by Michael Harriot ; 1874-1879 : Atlanta
  • by Tera W. Hunter ; 1879-1884 : John Wayne Niles
  • by William A. Darity, Jr. ; 1884-1889 : Philadelphia
  • by Kali Nicole Gross ; 1889-1894 : lynching
  • by Ijeoma Oluo ; 1634-1639 : tobacco
  • by Crystal N. Feimster ; 1894-1899 : Plessy v. Ferguson
  • by Blair L. M. Kelley ; Poem : "John Wayne Niles ... .
  • . .- -.- ... /
  • - --- Ermias Joseph Asghedom" by Mahogany L. Browne ; Part eight. 1899-1904 : Booker T. Washington
  • by Derrick Alridge ; 1904-1909 : Jack Johnson
  • by Howard Bryant ; 1909-1914 : the Black public intellectual
  • by Beverly Guy-Sheftall ; 1914-1919 : the great migration
  • by Isabel Wilkerson ; 1919-1924 : red summer
  • by Michelle Duster ; 1924-1929 : the Harlem Renaissance
  • by Farah Jasmine Griffin ; 1929-1934 : the Great Depression
  • by Damaris B. Hill ; 1639-1644 : Black women's labor
  • by Robin D. G. Kelley ; 1934-1939 : Nora Neale Hurston
  • by Bernice L. McFadden ; Poem : "coiled and unleashed" by Patricia Smith
  • Part nine. 1939-1944 : the Black soldier
  • by Chad Williams ; 1944-1949 : the Black left
  • by Russell Rickford ; 1949-1954 : the road to Brown v. Board of Education
  • by Sherrilyn Ifill ; 1954-1959 : Black arts
  • by Imani Perry ; 1959-1964 : the Civil Rights Movement
  • by Charles E. Cobb, Jr. ; 1964-1969 : Black power
  • by Peniel Joseph ; 1969-1974 : property
  • by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor ; 1974-1979 : Combahee river collective
  • by Brenda E. Stevenson ; 1644-1649 : Anthony Johnson, colony of Virginia
  • by Barbara Smith ; Poem : "and the record repeats"
  • by Chet'la Sebree
  • Part ten. 1979-1984 : the war on drugs
  • by James Forman, Jr. ; 1984-1989 : the hip-hop generation
  • by Bakari Kitwana ; 1989-1994 : Anita Hill
  • by Salamishah Tillet ; 1994-1999 : the crime bill ; by Angela Y. Davis ; 1999-2004 : the Black immigrant
  • by Esther Armah ; 2004-2009 : Hurricane Katrina
  • by Deborah Douglas ; 2009-2014 : the Shelby ruling
  • by Karine Jean-Pierre ; 2014-2019 : Black Lives Matter
  • by Alicia Garza ; Poem : American Abecedarian"
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xvii, 504 pages
Isbn
9780593134047
Lccn
2020043755
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)on1231725393

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