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History as documented through the image has a short historiography. Until recently, even the nobility lacked multiple images or sometimes any likeness at all.

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And Still I Rise: Black America Since MLK is a companion to a PBS series of the same name and chronicles the last 50 years of black history and culture in an illustrated timeline featuring

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“May we find the courage . . . to make this land . . . a more just, more reasonable, and more tolerant place.”

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In 1969 eight talented African American athletes risked their athletic scholarships and likely their NFL careers by demanding an end to institutional racism at Syracuse University.

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a funny, entertaining, lightweight highbrow novel . . .

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“What’s so good about the truth if it’s more awful than a lie?”

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“. . . an invaluable resource for the study of 20th century popular music.”

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“Wonderful writing, wonderful thoughts, and in the end an erudite and informed plea for tolerance and humanism.”

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“. . . while many of the stories in Life Upon These Shores give us pause, Mr.

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“In all, this is a graceful story about a talented woman whose poetry and prose have, for the most part, survived for over 200 years. Mr.

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“‘What does matter is that a lot of people died because I killed them, and I lived. That is what I set out to do and that is what I accomplished . . .

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“a fascinating, illuminating, engaging story of what it takes to be successful at the highest levels.

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