Volume 8, Issue 2. 1977
stereotypes; covert and overt censorship; intellectual freedom; Title IX; racism, sexism; Phillipines; historical misrepresentation and suppression; reverse racism
Contributors, Consultants, and Reviewers:
Connie Young Yu, Beryle Banfield, Diane M. Burns, Lyla Hoffman, Rene Botofasina, Elizabeth Martinez, Emily Fabiano, Diane M. Burns, Regina Williams, Nessa Darren
Taken by the Indians: True Tales of Captivity by Alice Dickinson. Amazon /
Just the Beginning by Betty Miles. Amazon / WorldCat
Looking at Nigeria by Colin Latchem. Amazon / WorldCat
Sights and Sounds of the City/ Vistas y sonidos de la cuidad by Hope Warriner. Amazon / WorldCat
Lizzie Lies a Lot by Elizabeth Levy. Amazon / WorldCat
Peace Treaty by Ruth Nulton Moore. Amazon / WorldCat
Ruby by Rosa Guy. Amazon / WorldCat
Why Am I Different? by Norma Simon. Amazon / WorldCat
Let Freedom Ring by Joseph H. Dempsey and Richard Carl Brown
American Adventure, Vol. 1 by Educational Research Council of America
American Adventure, Vol. 2 by Educational Research Council of America
American Negro Slave Revolts by Herbert Aptheker
And Why Not Every Man by Herbert Aptheker
Black Abolitionists by Benjamin Quarles
The Black American: A Brief Documentary History by Leslie H. Fischel Jr. and Benjamin Quarles
Black Families in White America by Andrew Billingsley
Black Power U.S.A.: The Human Side of Reconstruction,1867-1877 by Lerone Bennett Jr.
Book of American Negro Spirituals by James Weldon Johnson and Rosamon Johnson
Book of Negro Folklore by Langston Hughes and Arna Bontemps, eds.
From Slavery to Freedom: A History of American Negroes by John Hope Franklin
Lay My Burden Down: A Folk History of Slavery by Benjamin A. Botkin
The Music of Black Americans: A History by Eileen Southern
The Peculiar Institution by Kenneth M. Stampp
A Pictorial History of the Negro in America by Langston Hughes and Milton Meltzer
Pioneers in Protest by Lerone Bennett, Jr.
Readings in Black American Music by Eileen Southern, ed.
Reconstruction After the Civil War by John Hope Franklin
The Shaping of Black America by Lerone Bennett, Jr.
The Strengths of Black Families by Robert B. Hill
Teaching Ethnic Studies: Concepts and Strategies by James A. Banks
The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman by Ernest J. Gaines
The Black B C's by Lucille Clifton
Chronicles of Black Protest by Bradford Chambers
Dry Victories by June Jordan
Eyewitness: The Negro in American History by William Loren Katz
The Freedom Ship of Robert Smalls by Louise Meriwether
Great Gettin' Up Morning by John Oliver Killens
Hard Trials on My Way: Slavery and the Struggle Against It, 1800-1860 by John Anthony Scott
Harriet Tubman: Conductor on an Underground Railroad by Ann Petry
How I Wrote Jubilee by Margaret Walker
I, Charlotte Forten, Black and Free by Polly Longsworth
Jubilee by Margaret Walker
Life and Times of Frederick Douglass: The Complete Autobiography by Frederick Douglass
The Mind and Heart of Frederick Douglass: Excerpts from the Speeches of the Great Negro Orator by Frederick Douglass
Proud Shoes: The Story of an American Family by Ann McGovern
Terrapin's Pot of Sense by Harold Courlander
To Be a Slave by Julius Lester, ed.
The Trouble They Seen: Black People Tell the Story of Reconstruction by Dorothy Sterling, ed.
Two Tickets to Freedom: The True Story of William and Ellen Craft, Fugitive Slaves by Florence B. Freedman
When the Rattlesnake Sounds by Alice Childress
Song of the Trees by Mildred Taylor
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred Taylor
Ashanti to Zulu: African Traditions by Margaret Musgrove
National Organization for Women (NOW) Legal Defense and Education Fund, Italian American Committee, stereotypes, National Coalition Against Censorship, Richard Heffner, Motion Picture Association, Peggy Charren, Action for Children's Television, Nat Hentoff, John J. O'Connor, Harriet Pilpel, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Robert Moore, covert censorship, overt censorship, American Library Association (ALA), Intellectual Freedom Committee, Title IX, Dorothy Broderick, Social Responsibilities Round Table (SRRT), Racism and Sexism Awareness Resolution, textbooks, racism, sexism, fourteenth amendment, regulation, Caspar Weinberger, Women's Educational Equity Act, Joan Duval, Pilipino (Filipino), California State Board of Education, Pilipino Far West Task Force on Education, Philippines, Filipino Revolutionary Army, Albert Tee, Jessica Ordona, Cynthia Bonta, Spanish-American War, Pat Henry, Asians, Asian-Americans, imperialism, Chinese-Americans, Roots, slavery, reconstruction, mass media, historical misrepresentation and suppression, Mildred Taylor, Leo Dillon, Diane Dillon, Newbery Award, Caldecott Medal, Young Adult Services Division, vocational education, Deposit your Experience, Title II, Committee to End Sterilization Abuse (CESA), Lorraine Hansberry Arts and Letters Series, National Council for Social Studies, Native American Solidarity Committee, International Indian Treaty Council Information Office, Media Action Research Center Inc., Kemper Insurance Companies, terminology, reverse racism, Tricontinental Film Center, Manzanar Project Committee, Japanese internment, Feminist News Service - U.S.A., Bettye Latimer, Booklegger Press, Libro Libre Inc., First World, Citizens in Education, Asian Women's Journal, bibliography, book list, Business and Professional Women's Foundation, Learn Me, Earl Hill, Marcia Jameson