Black History Month: Recommended Reading and Viewing

For the first half of February, the Highline Library will be displaying titles on black history. Here’s a sampling of what the library has to offer; a more complete list is linked below.

Unequal sisters : a multicultural reader in U.S. women’s history / edited by Vicki L. Ruiz and Ellen Carol DuBois305.4 U56

The Republican Party and Black America from McKinley to Hoover / Richard B. Sherman.
329.6 S553r

Alice Walker / Lannan literary series in association with Metropolitan Pictures and EZTV ; produced and directed by Lewis MacAdams and John Dorr.
MEDIA 809 L292

Century of black cinema / produced by Dante J. Pugliese ; written by Dennis Hunt ; directed by Ted Newsom.
MEDIA 791.43651 C397 2003

Lost sounds: blacks and the birth of the recording industry,1891–1922.
MEDIA 782.253 L881 2005

Voices of multicultural America : notable speeches delivered by African, Asian, Hispanic, and Native Americans, 1790-1995 / Deborah Gillan Straub, editor. R 815.008 V889

Africana : the encyclopedia of the African and African American experience / editors, Kwame Anthony Appiah, Henry Louis Gates.
R 909.0496 A258 1999

The new politics of race [electronic resource] : from Du Bois to the 21st century / edited by Marlese Durr.
305.8/00973

Simple justice [electronic resource] : the history of Brown v. Board of Education and Black America’s struggle for equality / Richard Kluger.
344.73/0798

Black History Month: Recommended Reading and Viewing

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