The African Americans
Search for Truth and Knowledge
Dr. Leonard Jeffries, Jr.

  1. Introduction
  2. Objectives
  3. Purpose
  4. Approach
  5. African American Response
  6. The African Americans African Heritage Revisited
  7. African Origins of Early Humanity
  8. African Continent of Light
  9. The Peoples of Africa
  10. African River Systems and Historical Eras
  11. The Nile River
  12. The African Americans Forced Migration of Africans
  13. First African Immigrants Before the Mayflower
  14. Free African American Families in America
  15. Earliest Protests and Petitions for Freedom
  16. African American Resistance
  17. The Separation Tradition of African American Response
  18. Free African American in the Revolutionary Era
  19. African Americans and the Revolutionary Era
  20. African American Church in the Revolutionary Era
  21. African American Fraternal Organizations and the American Revolution
  22. African American Exodus to Africa
  23. Thomas Peters: Symbol of the Struggle for Freedom
  24. African American Resistance
  25. African American ResistanceAcommodation Tradition
  26. African American ResistanceRebellion Tradition South Carolina Rebellion Against Slavery
  27. Civil War and Reconstruction
  28. Accomodation Approach to the Cyclical Pattern of African American Response
  29. African American Educators and Their Sacred Mission
  30. Dr. W.E.B. DuBois and the First Civil Rights Movement
  31. African American Inventors and Scientists
  32. Transformers of Industry
  33. African Americans and Urban America
  34. African America and the Urban Centers Migration Since World War II
  35. African American Cultural MovementsPaul Robeson and the Harlem Renaissance

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