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    African American Eras Library

    Patterned after Gale's award-winning American Decades series. African American Eras sets are interdisciplinary sources for middle and high school students as well as teachers, librarians, and the general patron who want the single source convenience provided by the Decades-style subject chapters covering arts, medicine and health, education, religion, government and politics, law, trade and more. Contemporary Times is generously illustrated four-volume set that covers African American history and culture from 1965 to the present. Chapters focus on the people, events and issues that have shaped history and culture in the United States and worldwide, including: -Affirmative Action Takes Aim at Institutional Racism -African American Culture Influences Fashion -African Americans Shape the Age of Information Technology -Boxer Muhammad Ali Refuses the Draft -Issue of Gay Rights Strains Black Churches -The Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters -President Bill Clinton?s Tuskegee Syphilis Study Apology -President-elect Barack Obama?s Victory Speech -Wage Gap Persists Between African Americans and Whites -Biographies of Toni Morrison, Eric Holder, Farai Chideya and many more Meggin Condino_ Julia Furtaw African American Eras Library 2010

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