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Exam Prep For Slavery S Long Shadow

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Slavery S Long Shadow

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Author: James L. Gorman
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ISBN: 9780802876232
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Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 256
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How interactions of race and religion have influenced unity and division in the church At the center of the story of American Christianity lies an integral connection between race relations and Christian unity. Despite claims that Jesus Christ transcends all racial barriers, the most segregated hour in America is still Sunday mornings when Christians gather for worship. In Slavery's Long Shadow fourteen historians and other scholars examine how the sobering historical realities of race relations and Christianity have created both unity and division within American churches from the 1790s into the twenty-first century. The book's three sections offer readers three different entry points into the conversation: major historical periods, case studies, and ways forward. Historians as well as Christians interested in racial reconciliation will find in this book both help for understanding the problem and hope for building a better future. Contributors: Tanya Smith Brice Joel A. Brown Lawrence A. Q. Burnley Jeff W. Childers Wes Crawford James L. Gorman Richard T. Hughes Loretta Hunnicutt Christopher R. Hutson Kathy Pulley Edward J. Robinson Kamilah Hall Sharp Jerry Taylor D. Newell Williams

Am Ricas

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Category : America
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Interracial Review

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Some In Light And Some In Darkness

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Author: S. S. Ramphal
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Category : Racism
Languages : en
Pages : 32
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Vicksburg S Long Shadow

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Author: Christopher Waldrep
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742548688
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Category : History
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During the hottest days of the summer of 1863, while the nation's attention was focused on a small town in Pennsylvania known as Gettysburg, another momentous battle was being fought along the banks of the Mississippi. In the longest single campaign of the war, the siege of Vicksburg left 19,000 dead and wounded on both sides, gave the Union Army control of the Mississippi, and left the Confederacy cut in half. In this highly-anticipated new work, Christopher Waldrep takes a fresh look at how the Vicksburg campaign was fought and remembered. He begins with a gripping account of the battle, deftly recounting the experiences of African-American troops fighting for the Union. Waldrep shows how as the scars of battle faded, the memory of the war was shaped both by the Northerners who controlled the battlefield and by the legacies of race and slavery that played out over the decades that followed.

The Heritage Tourist Experience

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Author: Dallen J. Timothy
Publisher: Routledge
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Category : Business & Economics
Languages : en
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Part of a three-volume reference series which provides an authoritative and comprehensive set of volumes collecting together the most influential articles and papers on tourism, heritage and culture. This first volume deals primarily with issues of conservation, interpretation, impacts of tourism and the management of those impacts.

Do They Remember Us

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Author: Oghenetoja H. M. Okoh
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Languages : en
Pages : 194
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Sociological Perspectives

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Category : Sociology
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A London Bibliography Of The Social Sciences

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Law And The Conflict Of Ideologies

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Author: Round Table on Law and Semiotics 1995 (Penn State University--Reading)
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
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Category : Law
Languages : en
Pages : 250
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From the perspective of Legal Semiotics a community of distinguished scholars, representing a wide range of countries, academic disciplines and legal cultures present vanguard studies on the significance of ideological conflict in legal theory and practice. Ideological conflict is often assumed in this collection as an opportunity for bringing together in fruitful dialogue opposing systems of signs, regarded as ideologies, to the result of creating more comprehensive human values. Law is shown to function as a medium or means by which value transactions are brought about.

Bond Slaves

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Author: Mrs. George Linnaeus Banks
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Category : Luddites
Languages : en
Pages : 412
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