Many Rivers to Cross: Selected Readings in the African American Experience, Vol. 1
Many Rivers to Cross provides a meticulously researched and outstanding foray to learning and understanding the complex formation of African American experiences that begins with pre-colonial Africa and ends with the American Civil War. Unlike other textbooks, Many Rivers to Cross helps us to understand how deep these rivers flow! The book offers readers access to important primary and historically rich documents that correspond to various important moments and periods. Such access allows readers to generate their own interpretations and generate a critical analysis that creates active learners and critical thinkers. The author’s chapter introductions and multiple learning exercises throughout the text help make African American history come alive for both learners and teachers.
Kendall Hunt Publishing
African American Studies | Arts and Humanities | History | Race and Ethnicity | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Rosa, Andrew, "Many Rivers to Cross: Selected Readings in the African American Experience, Vol. 1" (2015). History Faculty Book Gallery. 28.