• Image of Still I Rise A cartoon history of African Americans

Autographed copies from my personal collection reserved for AI supporters only.
These books are out of print, revived out of storage and may have minor flaws due to time. Nevertheless are valuable history record additions to the cultural ethos and its reflective functionality in relation to the continuum of Aboriginal wholistic history.
~Adofo

paperback; 207 pages, b&w , ships in 7-9 days

First published in September 1997, it was the first book to tell the vivid history of African Americans in one 200+ page cartoon narrative. Still I Rise covers the history of black people in America between the time periods of 1618, when the first skilled African craftspeople and farmers were brought over as indentured servants, to the Million Man March of 1995.

Cartoonist Bey and the Lairds analyze such topics as militancy, separatism, integration, focusing on leaders such as Harriet Tubman, Fredrick Douglass, and Martin Luther King.[1] The historically accurate book shows how Black Americans have persevered despite overwhelming odds.

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