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ASALH 2020 Virtual Exhibit

I'll Take You There

Exploring Nashville's Social Justice Sites
Editor(s): Amie Thurber, Learotha Williams
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A community-generated guide to Nashville

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Hot, Hot Chicken

A Nashville Story
Author(s): Rachel Louise Martin
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How Nashville's signature dish stayed hidden for decades in the city's Black communities—and then became a global obsession

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Francisco de Paula Brito

A Black Publisher in Imperial Brazil
Author(s): Rodrigo Camargo de Godoi
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A biography of a powerful Black printer, bookseller, and publisher in nineteenth-century Rio de Janeiro

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Higglers in Kingston

Women's Informal Work in Jamaica
Author(s): Winnifred Brown-Glaude
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Navigating a Caribbean economy, hidden in plain sight

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Lost Delta Found

Rediscovering the Fisk University-Library of Congress Coahoma County Study, 1941-1942
Author(s): John W Work, Lewis Wade Jones, Samuel C Adams

Editor(s): Robert Gordon, Bruce Nemerov
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This remarkable book recovers three invaluable perspectives, long thought to have been lost, on the culture and music of the Mississippi Delta.

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Sounds of the Citizens

Dancehall and Community in Jamaica
Author(s): Anne M. Galvin
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Dancehall as a way of life and a cultural force in the community of Jamaica

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Murals of North Nashville Now


Editor(s): Kathryn E. Delmez
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Dynamic street art from a culturally and historically important, yet often underserved, Nashville community

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In the Shadow of Powers

Dantes Bellegarde in Haitian Social Thought
Author(s): Patrick Bellegarde-Smith
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One of the first works to position Haitians as producers of meaningful intellectual and political thought

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Black Bride of Christ

Chicaba, an African Nun in Eighteenth-Century Spain Trade Paperback

From slavery to Veneration, the life story of an eighteenth-century African nun

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We Shall Overcome

Press Photographs of Nashville during the Civil Rights Era
Editor(s): Kathryn E. Delmez
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How the Nashville press covered the civil rights struggle through images

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Breach of Peace

Portraits of the 1961 Mississippi Freedom Riders
Author(s): Eric Etheridge
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Now for the first time in paperback and with sixteen additional portraits and profiles of Freedom Riders, this classic photo-history offers readers a rare opportunity to engage with unsung individuals of the civil rights movement through mug shots, portraits, and interviews

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The Power to Heal

Civil Rights, Medicare, and the Struggle to Transform America's Health Care System
Author(s): David Barton Smith
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On the 50th anniversary of the implementation of Medicare, a behind-the-scenes account of the role of civil rights activists

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