Item description for Black Holocaust For Beginners (For Beginners) by S. E. Anderson & Vanessa Holley...
Virtually anyone, anywhere knows that six million Jewish human beings were killed in the Jewish Holocaust. But how many African human beings were killed in the Black Holocaust–from the start of the European slave trade (c.1500) to the Civil War (1865)? And how many were enslaved? The Black Holocaust, a travesty that killed millions of African human beings, is the most underreported major event in world history. A major economic event for Europe and Asia, a near fatal event for Africa, the seminal event in the history of every African American–if not every American!–and most of us cannot answer the simplest questions about it. The Black Holocaust For Beginners–part indisputably documented chronicle, part passionately engaging narrative–puts this tragic event in plain sight where it belongs! This long overdue book answers all of your questions, sensitively and in great depth.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6" Height: 9.5" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Aug 21, 2007
Publisher For Beginners
ISBN 193438903X ISBN13 9781934389034
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More About S. E. Anderson & Vanessa Holley
S.E. Anderson, a veteran activist/educator, has been in the Black Liberation Movement on many levels. He is not only a mathematics professor, a Senior Editor ("NOBO: Journal of African Dialogue"), a founding member of the Network of Black Organizers and of The African Heritage Studies Association but also an essayist on a variety of topics related to black culture and liberation as well as science and technology. His political and cultural activism in his native New York City ranges from helping to fund the New York City Algebra Project to being a founding member of the "New York City Coalition For Excellence In Black Education. "As a young activist, Anderson was a member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and helped found the Black Panther Party in Harlem in 1966. He has been active in the African Liberation Support Movement since 1964 and participated in the historic Black student/community struggle against Columbia University's encroachment into Harlem in 1968. Ironically, almost twenty years later, he became a Columbia University Revson Fellow (1986-7). In addition, he has taught mathematics, science, and Black Studies at Queens College. Anderson became one of the first Black Studies Chairs, when in 1969 he accepted the challenge at Sarah Lawrence College to create a department that included mathematics and the natural sciences as part of a Black Studies Curriculum.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Black Holocaust For Beginners (For Beginners)?
A Must Have Aug 13, 2007
I bought this book based on the previous reviews and its better than I expected. The illustrations and graphics are excellent!
An Absolute Must Read Jun 19, 2006
The book is part of an ongoing series that explores individuals and topics that unfortunately receive little or incorrect coverage by "mainstream" historians/books.
This nation has never faced the fact that its economy was built by the slave trade. Equally, many of the so-called heroes of the nation were the ones who pushed hard to continue or expand the buying and selling of humans. And the ramifications still reverberate today in the society.
The book brilliantly uses text and drawings to vividly bring the facts surrounding slavery to life. You will be equally touched and angered about the blood and chains & what must be seen for what it was - the planned extermination of a race of people solely to build a nation.
Critics will say that the book rewrites history. Yes it does. It places the sordid times in its proper context.
Black African slavery did not begin with the Atlantic trade May 5, 2002
Anderson and Holley rightly tackle a topic that deserves study, however, they de-emphasize the well-developed Islamic slave trade that kidnapped more than 11 million Black Africans from their homes between 700 to 1900. This slave trade began centuries before the Atlantic trade and continued for centuries after. Islamic scripture fully embraces the institution of human slavery. Mohammed left many instructions to slaveowners. This express endorsement of human slavery by Mohammed accounts for the fact that human slavery was not abolished in Saudi Arabia until 1964 and not until 1968 in Kuwait. Islamic slavery was no less brutal than the Atlantic variety. Males slaves were routinely castrated and forced into military service.Female slaves become sexual servants whose children were not their own.
Truth In Your face Feb 14, 2002
This is excellent literature, with extremely vivid graphics! Texts such as this should be written more often, as it is a well researched source of Black History.
For library black studies and American history collection Feb 15, 2001
The systematic exploitation, enslavement and extermination of Africans in the Western Hemisphere dates from the start of the European slave trade around 1500 BCE to the conclusion of the American Civil War in 1865. The Black Holocaust killed millions of African human beings and is (because of the social prejudice and dehumanization necessary to justify slavery) the most under-reported event in western history. The Black Holocaust For Beginners is an ideal introduction to this incredible human chronicle of suffering and is a "must" for every school and community library black studies and American history collection.