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Series: Journey to Freedom: The African American Library

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Abolitionists: A Force for Change (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Sarah E. De Capua
African Americans and the Revolutionary War (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Judith E. Harper
Alice Walker: African-American Author and Activist (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Lucia Raatma
Arthur Ashe: Athlete and Activist (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Kevin Cunningham
Benjamin Banneker (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Melissa Maupin
Booker T. Washington (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Don Troy
Brown V. Board of Education (Journey to Freedom) by Barbara A. Somervill
The Civil Rights Movement (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Rose Venable
Colin Powell (Journey to Freedom) by John Passaro
Condoleezza Rice: U.S. Secretary of State (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Kevin Cunningham
Coretta Scott King (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel
The Harlem Renaissance: A Celebration of Creativity (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Lucia Raatma
Jackie Robinson (Journey to Freedom) by Tony DeMarco
James Baldwin: African-American Writer and Activist (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Deborah Cannarella
Jesse Owens: Track-And-Field Olympian (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Lucia Raatma
The Ku Klux Klan: A Hooded Brotherhood (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Ann Heinrichs
Langston Hughes: African-American Poet (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Lucia Raatma
Madam C. J. Walker (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Lori Hobkirk
Marian Anderson (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by James Meadows
Matthew Henson and the North Pole Expedition (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Ann Gaines
Maya Angelou (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Judith E. Harper
Muhammad Ali (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by By (author) Clay Latimer
Sojourner Truth (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Laura Spinale
Thurgood Marshall (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Carla Williams
The Underground Railroad (Journey to Freedom) by Carla Williams
W. E. B. Du Bois (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Don Troy
Zora Neale Hurston: African American Writer (Journey to Freedom: The African American Library) by Deborah Cannarella

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