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Ancient Echoes

A Modulation of Prose Music Culture and Yoruba Traditions

This book is a multiple resource for beginning students in liberal studies who need hands-on approach in studying African literature, art, religion, percussion, politics, and mythology.

In spite of its diverse scope, the book has highlight...


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Journey into Blindness

An Inspirational Story of Overcoming Trauma and Regaining a Valuable Life

Kent Christy offers his readers the moving story of his gradual loss of vision and the trauma and emotional turmoil this caused in his life. As he notes in his introduction, going totally blind is in many ways not so different from the experience ...


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Journey into Blindness

An Inspirational Story of Overcoming Trauma and Regaining a Valuable Life

Kent Christy offers his readers the moving story of his gradual loss of vision and the trauma and emotional turmoil this caused in his life. As he notes in his introduction, going totally blind is in many ways not so different from the experience ...


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Packing Them In

An Archaeology of Environmental Racism in Chicago, 1865–1954

“Sylvia Hood Washington’s Packing Them In provides strong and often startling evidence of the depths and complexities of environmental racism in Chicago, and offers an innovative historical explanation for how this social ill developed in nineteenth ...


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Stop Falling for the Okeydoke

How the Lie of Race Continues to Undermine Our Country

The United States of America has been plagued by a critical birth defect since its founding: the idea that race matters. Stephen A. Tillett, an Air Force veteran and pastor for the past 27 years, argues that race is a social construct and has no bas...


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Stop Falling for the Okeydoke

How the Lie of Race Continues to Undermine Our Country

The United States of America has been plagued by a critical birth defect since its founding: the idea that race matters. Stephen A. Tillett, an Air Force veteran and pastor for the past 27 years, argues that race is a social construct and has no bas...


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Stop Falling for the Okeydoke

How the Lie of Race Continues to Undermine Our Country

The United States of America has been plagued by a critical birth defect since its founding: the idea that race matters. Stephen A. Tillett, an Air Force veteran and pastor for the past 27 years, argues that race is a social construct and has no bas...


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Living in the Shadow of Blackness as a Black Physician and Healthcare Disparity in the United States of America

The book is written to bring to light the magnitude of healthcare disparity in the United States of America and the many entities responsible for this disparity. In addition, the book tells young black men and women how to go about becoming physician...


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Living in the Shadow of Blackness as a Black Physician and Healthcare Disparity in the United States of America

The book is written to bring to light the magnitude of healthcare disparity in the United States of America and the many entities responsible for this disparity. In addition, the book tells young black men and women how to go about becoming physician...


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Just Give Them a Hug . . . and the Rest Will Be Easy

How One Person Can Make the World a Better Place, One Child at a Time

In 2009, Brett Weiss decides he wants to volunteer in Kenya. A teacher in high school economics, US history, and international relations, he has a particular interest in experiencing immersion in a community where he will learn firsthand about the...


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Just Give Them a Hug . . . and the Rest Will Be Easy

How One Person Can Make the World a Better Place, One Child at a Time

In 2009, Brett Weiss decides he wants to volunteer in Kenya. A teacher in high school economics, US history, and international relations, he has a particular interest in experiencing immersion in a community where he will learn firsthand about the...


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Just Give Them a Hug . . . and the Rest Will Be Easy

How One Person Can Make the World a Better Place, One Child at a Time

In 2009, Brett Weiss decides he wants to volunteer in Kenya. A teacher in high school economics, US history, and international relations, he has a particular interest in experiencing immersion in a community where he will learn firsthand about the...


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A Search for Significance

Humanity’s search for significance has been ongoing since the earliest humans asked the first questions. Answers have come from the arrangements of stars, from nature, and from many gods. The changing perspectives created by myth, religion, and scie...


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A Search for Significance

Humanity’s search for significance has been ongoing since the earliest humans asked the first questions. Answers have come from the arrangements of stars, from nature, and from many gods. The changing perspectives created by myth, religion, and scie...


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A Search for Significance

Humanity’s search for significance has been ongoing since the earliest humans asked the first questions. Answers have come from the arrangements of stars, from nature, and from many gods. The changing perspectives created by myth, religion, and scie...


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