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When Ezra Taplin, a ten-year-old slave, and his father are set free by Union soldiers, they must learn how to live as free men while struggling to discover the true meaning of freedom. (view table of contents)

Hardcover:

9780809205837 | Contemporary Books, June 1, 2000, cover price $17.24 | About this edition: When Ezra Taplin, a ten-year-old slave, and his father are set free by Union soldiers, they must learn how to live as free men while struggling to discover the true meaning of freedom.

Paperback:

9780809206254 | Contemporary Books, May 1, 2000, cover price $15.24 | About this edition: When Ezra Taplin, a ten-year-old slave, and his father are set free by Union soldiers, they must learn how to live as free men while struggling to discover the true meaning of freedom.

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From 1865 to 1869, freed slaves Ezra--ten years old at the end of the Civil War--and his father deal with their newfound liberty, traveling from their former master's North Carolina plantation to finally settle in a community of free blacks in Charleston, South Carolina, where they gain education and professions.

Paperback:

9780769634326 | Reprint edition (Brighter Child, April 15, 2004), cover price $4.95 | About this edition: From 1865 to 1869, freed slaves Ezra--ten years old at the end of the Civil War--and his father deal with their newfound liberty, traveling from their former master's North Carolina plantation to finally settle in a community of free blacks in Charleston, South Carolina, where they gain education and professions.

Reinforced:

9780606218764, titled "Road to Freedom: A Story of the Reconstruction" | Demco Media, July 1, 2001, cover price $20.79 | About this edition: When Ezra Taplin, a ten-year-old slave, and his father are set free by Union soldiers, they must learn how to live as free men while struggling to discover the true meaning of freedom.

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Drawn from the shooting of Amadou Diallo and the ensuing trial, a powerful collection of essays, from some of the most renowned contemporary writers, discusses what it is like to be a Black man living in America today, facing the American justice system. Reprint.

Hardcover:

9780060185381 | Amistad Pr, October 1, 2001, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: A collection of essays from some of the most renowned contemporary writers discusses what it is like to be a black man living in the United States today, facing the American justice system.

Paperback:

9780060959975 | Reprint edition (Amistad Pr, October 1, 2002), cover price $13.95 | About this edition: Drawn from the shooting of Amadou Diallo and the ensuing trial, a powerful collection of essays, from some of the most renowned contemporary writers, discusses what it is like to be a Black man living in America today, facing the American justice system.

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From 1865 to 1869, freed slaves Ezra--ten years old at the end of the Civil War--and his father deal with their newfound liberty, traveling from their former master's North Carolina plantation to finally settle in a community of free blacks in Charleston, South Carolina, where they gain education and professions.

Reinforced:

9780606309202 | Demco Media, August 30, 2004, cover price $13.55 | About this edition: From 1865 to 1869, freed slaves Ezra--ten years old at the end of the Civil War--and his father deal with their newfound liberty, traveling from their former master's North Carolina plantation to finally settle in a community of free blacks in Charleston, South Carolina, where they gain education and professions.

Prebinding:

9780613368674 | Turtleback Books, October 1, 2001, cover price $21.70 | About this edition: When Ezra Taplin, a ten-year-old slave, and his father are set free by Union soldiers, they must learn how to live as free men while struggling to discover the true meaning of freedom.

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Examines racism from the perspective of its most volatile word, revealing the institutionalization of bigotry in every aspect of American society and arguing that the word is a slur that helps keep blacks at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder.

CD/Spoken Word:

9780786168507 | Unabridged edition (Blackstone Audio Inc, May 1, 2007), cover price $63.00 | About this edition: Examines racism from the perspective of its most volatile word, revealing the institutionalization of bigotry in every aspect of American society and arguing that the word is a slur that helps keep blacks at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder.

Cassette/Spoken Word:

9780786168514 | Unabridged edition (Blackstone Audio Inc, May 1, 2007), cover price $54.95

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Examines racism from the perspective of its most volatile word, revealing the institutionalization of bigotry in every aspect of American society and arguing that the word is a slur that helps keep blacks at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder.

Hardcover:

9780618197170, titled "The N Word: Who Can Say It, Who Shouldn't, and Why" | Houghton Mifflin, March 26, 2007, cover price $26.00 | About this edition: Examines racism from the perspective of its most volatile word, revealing the institutionalization of bigotry in every aspect of American society and arguing that the word is a slur that helps keep blacks at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder.

Paperback:

9780547053493, titled "The N Word: Who Can Say It, Who Shouldn't, and Why" | Reprint edition (Mariner Books, August 4, 2008), cover price $17.95

CD/Spoken Word:

9780786170029, titled "The N' Word: Who Can Say It, Who Shouldn't, and Why" | Mp3 edition (Blackstone Audio Inc, May 1, 2007), cover price $24.95 | About this edition: Examines racism from the perspective of its most volatile word, revealing the institutionalization of bigotry in every aspect of American society and arguing that the word is a slur that helps keep blacks at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder.
9780786158409, titled "The N Word: Who Can Say It, Who Shouldn't, and Why" | Unabridged edition (Blackstone Audio Inc, May 1, 2007), cover price $27.95 | About this edition: Examines racism from the perspective of its most volatile word, revealing the institutionalization of bigotry in every aspect of American society and arguing that the word is a slur that helps keep blacks at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder.

Cassette/Spoken Word:

9780786149537, titled "The N' Word: Who Can Say It, Who Shouldn't, and Why" | Blackstone Audio Inc, May 1, 2007, cover price $24.95 | About this edition: Examines racism from the perspective of its most volatile word, revealing the institutionalization of bigotry in every aspect of American society and arguing that the word is a slur that helps keep blacks at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder.

Children are invited to explore their toes by playing 'This Little Piggy.'
By Jabari Asim and Leuyen Pham (illustrator)

Hardcover:

9780316736091 | Board book edition (Little Brown & Co, March 1, 2006), cover price $6.99 | About this edition: Children are invited to explore their toes by playing 'This Little Piggy.

Miscellaneous:

9780316055574 | Little Brown & Co, December 14, 2008, cover price $6.99

Takes a loving look at knees from the vantage point of a mother's lap.
By Jabari Asim and Leuyen Pham (illustrator)

Hardcover:

9780316735766 | Board book edition (Little Brown & Co, March 1, 2006), cover price $6.99 | About this edition: Takes a loving look at knees from the vantage point of a mother's lap.

Miscellaneous:

9780316055765 | Little Brown & Co, December 21, 2008, cover price $6.99

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“Provocative and compelling.” —New York Newsday “Both entertaining and insightful.”—Washington Post Book World“It should be on the required reading list.” —Chicago Sun-Times What Obama Means by Jabari Asim, renowned cultural critic and author of The N Word, is a timely and sharp analysis of how the “Obama phenomenon” exhibits progress in American politics and society. A frequent guest and commentator on “The Colbert Report,” “The Today Show,” NPR’s “Diane Rehm Show” and many other media programs, Asim also examines how cultural and political forces led to the watershed 2008 presidential election while indicating what the election means for every American.  

Hardcover:

9780061711336, titled "What Obama Means: For Our Culture, Our Politics, Our Future" | 1 edition (William Morrow & Co, February 1, 2009), cover price $21.99 | About this edition: “Provocative and compelling.

Paperback:

9780061711350 | 1 edition (Harpercollins, January 5, 2010), cover price $13.99

Miscellaneous:

9780061977220 | Harpercollins, October 6, 2009, cover price $9.99

A young girl accompanies her father to his office, helping him throughout the day.
By Jabari Asim and Aaron Boyd (illustrator)

Miscellaneous:

9780316085564 | Little Brown & Co, October 31, 2009, cover price $9.99

School and Library:

9780316735759 | Little Brown & Co, May 10, 2006, cover price $15.99 | About this edition: A young girl accompanies her father to his office, helping him throughout the day.

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Paperback:

9780767919784 | Broadway Books, March 2, 2010, cover price $15.00

Miscellaneous:

9780307590053 | Broadway Books, March 2, 2010, cover price $13.00

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By Jabari Asim and Bryan Collier (illustrator)

School and Library:

9780316086578 | Little Brown & Co, December 4, 2012, cover price $16.99

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Paperback:

9781932841947 | Agate Pub Inc, May 12, 2015, cover price $15.00

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