“Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America (National Book Award Winner)” is a book that highlights a complete and unrelenting analysis of systemic racism specifically pertaining to Black Americans. Ibram X. Kendi is the author of this outstanding book. Ibram is a “New York Times” best-selling author and award-winning historian. In this book, Ibram explains the history of anti-Black ideas in America, from the time of their origins in 15th-century Europe up to Obama’s first inauguration.
This book is structured around five eminent personalities “Cotton Mather”, “Thomas Jefferson”, “William Lloyd Garrison”, “W.E.B. Du Bois” and ‘Angela Davis”. Each of these individuals lifetime is perused under their views and actions on racism. It extensively discusses the whole history of racism in America. The book divides into three schools of racist ideas. First one is segregationists, second is assimilation and last one is anti-racism. In the end, this book has been helpful in understanding the tools that white people brought to bear in furtherance of the caste system must be harnessed to create antithesis or an anti-racist world.
“The Grimkes by Kerri K. Greenidge” is a popular book that is now available for download in PDF and ePub format. “Kerri K. Greenidge” is the author of this impressive book. Here is the summary of this book;
That the Grimke sisters had Black relatives in the first place was a consequence of slavery’s most horrific reality. Sarah and Angelina’s older brother, Henry, was notoriously violent and sadistic, and one of the women he owned, Nancy Weston, bore him three sons: Archibald, Francis, and John. While Greenidge follows the brothers’ trials and exploits in the North, where Archibald and Francis became prominent members of the post–Civil War Black elite, her narrative centers on the Black women of the family, from Weston to Francis’s wife, the brilliant intellectual and reformer Charlotte Forten, to Archibald’s daughter, Angelina Weld Grimke, who channeled the family’s past into pathbreaking modernist literature during the Harlem Renaissance.
“Invisible Boy A Memoir of Self-Discovery by Harrison Mooney” is a popular book that is now available for download in PDF and ePub format. ” Harrison Mooney” is the author of this impressive book. Here is the summary of this book;
Inspired by Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man the same way Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World and Me was inspired by James Baldwin, Harrison Mooney’s debut memoir will captivate readers with his powerful gift for storytelling, his keen eye for insight and observation, and his wry sense of humor.