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Click here for more information about The Almighty Black P Stone Nation: The Rise, Fall, and Resurgence of an American Gang
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The Almighty Black P Stone Nation: The Rise, Fall, and Resurgence of an American Gang
By Natalie Y. Moore and Lance Williams "Were the Stones criminals, brainwashed terrorists, victims of their circumstances, or champions of social change? Or were they all four, their role perceived differently by different races and socioeconomic groups? "Authors Natalie Y. Moore and Lance Williams answer these and other question in this provocative tale that explores how teens from a poverty-stricken Chicago neighborhood built a powerful organization that united 21 individual gangs into a virtual nation." © 2011 Hard cover 259 pages

$27.00   

Click here for more information about Thus Far on the Way: Toward a Theology of Child Advocacy
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Thus Far on the Way: Toward a Theology of Child Advocacy
Since 1994's founding of the Institute for Child Advocacy Ministry at the former Alex Haley Farm in Clinton, TN, Dr. Lindner has been ministering among the remarkable and diverse souls who feel called to child advocacy. In the course of preaching there, a brother or sister would stand and call out, "Talk!" This book is drawn from those many presentations and is answering that call to "talk," offered in hope it will be for you a sustaining word that resonates with your sense of calling to those children who are last, lost and left behind.

$6.60   

Click here for more information about The Rain Don't Fall to the Ground Down Here: The Status of Human Rights for Southern Rural Black Women
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The Rain Don't Fall to the Ground Down Here: The Status of Human Rights for Southern Rural Black Women
Presented in June of 2007 by the Southern Rural Black Women's Initiative for Economic and Social Justice, this report offers twelve profiles of women from different occupations within the statistical context of their challenges in Southern rural communities. This report details the findings of a survey of women, interviews and focus groups.

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Click here for more information about The Sea is So Wide and My Boat is So Small
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The Sea is So Wide and My Boat is So Small
Marian Wright Edelman, president of the Children's Defense Fund, calls to action all Americans to address the urgent needs of our nations' children. The book is a series of letters to a variety of audiences--educators, faith leaders, youths, mothers, elected officials and concerned citizens nationwide--that reflect on the social and economic progress as well as the setbacks since Dr. King's death over 40 years ago. Mrs. Edelman challenges each audience to step forward and take action to ensure a level playing field for the next generation. Contains 147 pages, copyright 2008. Hardcover.

$18.50   

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