Keisha N. Blain

Historian Keisha N. Blain’s extensively researched chronicle ensures that Fannie Lou Hamer’s story—and her lessons for activists—will live on.

Historian Keisha N. Blain’s extensively researched chronicle ensures that Fannie Lou Hamer’s story—and her lessons for activists—will live on.

This epic audiobook enhances Kendi and Blain’s transformative history project through the sense of humanity that only a person’s voice can convey.

This epic audiobook enhances Kendi and Blain’s transformative history project through the sense of humanity that only a person’s voice can convey.

This comprehensive meditation on Black history in the United States features 90 noteworthy Black authors and poets ruminating on the last 400 years.

This comprehensive meditation on Black history in the United States features 90 noteworthy Black authors and poets ruminating on the last 400 years.

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