New Encyclopedia of African American History

I’m very proud to announce my contributions to the Encyclopedia of African American History, 1896-present. It is an outstanding work that will help everyone understand the significance of the 2008 election and the way race issues continue to shape structural power in the United States and around the world.

I hope you will recommend the encyclopedia to your local library, church, or community organization.

Thank you!


Oxford University Press is pleased to announce the recent publication of the Encyclopedia of African American History, 1896 to the Present, a beautiful five-volume set documenting important events that have shaped African American society and American culture. Its publication marked a special moment in history; you might be interested to know that Oxford held press to be able to include and commemorate Barack Obama’s groundbreaking victory in November’s presidential election.

We are extremely pleased by the reaction to this set by the public. Over the past year, we’ve been busy reaching out to scholars, researchers, students and readers with an interest in American and African American history with great success.

We’d also like to extend a special offer to your friends and colleagues.

For a limited time, your family, friends and colleagues are eligible to receive a 10% discount off of the introductory price of $495.00. Have your contacts visit and type in promotion code: 27818 in the top right corner of the screen. Please encourage your friends and colleagues to purchase this set by August 1, 2009 to SAVE!

Some of New Jersey's leaders of the National Council of Negro Women in 1941.
Some of New Jersey’s leaders of the National Council of Negro Women in 1941.

Author: waltergreason1

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