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4) Revolutionary Path: Kwame Nkrumah
5) Introduction to Marxism: Emile Burns
6) The Communist Manifesto: Karl Marx and Frederick Engals
7) Garvey and Garveyism: Amy J. Garvey
8) Malcolm X Speaks: George Breitman
9) The Bhagavad Gita: Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
10) Soul on Ice: Eldridge Cleaver
11) As a Man Thinketh: James Allen
12) The Mis-Education Of The Negro: Carter G. Woodson
13) Metu Neter, Vol 1 & Vol 2: Ra Un Nefer Amen
14) From Niggas to Gods: Akil J. Clopton
15) Message to The Black Man: Elijah Muhammad
16) We Want Freedom: Mumia Abu Jamal
17) The Key to Yourself: Venice Bloodworth
18) Yourself Behind Closed Doors: Edmund Shatsbury
19) The Finding of The Third Eye: Vera Stanley Alder
20) Malcolm X: The Man And His Times: John Henrik Clarke
21) Money: James Ewart
22) Big Little White lies:Our Attempt to White Out America: Carol Chehade
23) The Hiram Key:Pharoahs, Freemasons, and the Discovery of the Secret Scolls of Jesus: Christopher Knight and Robert Lamos
24) THE DESTRUCTION OF BLACK CIVILIZATION: Great Issues of a Race from 4500 B.C. to 2000 A.D.: Chancellor Williams
25) YURUGU: An African Centered Critique of European Cultural Thought and Behavior: Marimba Ani
26) THE CULTURAL UNITY OF BLACK AFRICA: The Domains of Matriarchy & of Patriarchy in Classical Antiquity: Cheikh Anta Diop
27) CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS & THE AFRIKAN HOLOCAUST: Slavery & the Rise of European Capitalism: John Henrik Clarke
28) WHO BETRAYED: The African World Revolution and other speeches: John Henrik Clarke
30) THE BIBLE MYTH: The African Origins of the Jewish People: Gary Greenberg
31) WHEN AND WHERE I ENTER: The Impact of Black Women on Race and Sex in America: Paula Giddings
33) CHOSEN PEOPLE FROM THE CAUCASUS: Jewish Origins, Delusions, Deceptions and Historical Role in the Slave Trade, Genocide and Cultural Colonization: Michael Bradley
34) THE GREAT COSMIC MOTHER: Rediscovering the Religion of the Earth: Monica Sjoo & Barbara Mor
35) AFRICA'S GIFT TO AMERICA: The Afro-American in the Making and Saving of the United States: J. A. Rogers
36) Let the Circle Be Unbroken: Marimba Ani
37) At The Hands of Persons Unknown: The Lynching of Black America: Phillip Dray
38) Raisin in The Sun: Lorraine Hansberry
39) Native Son: Richard Wright
40) The Psychopathic Racial Personality: Dr Bobby E. Wright
41) The Falsification of African Conciousness: Dr. Amos N. Wilson
42) The Book of Five Rings: Myamato Musashi
43) Betrayal: By any other name: Khalid Abdullah Tariq Al-Mansour
44) Gods Bits of Wood, a novel by Senegalese writer-filmaker Ousmane Semene
45) Beloved: Toni Morrison
46) Song of Solomon: Toni Morrison
47) The Bluest Eye: Toni Morrison
48) African Women and Feminism, collection of essays by African women discussing gender, the European construction of feminism, racism and more: Oyeronke Oyewumi
49) African Elegy, a collection of poems: Ben Okri
50) Our Sister Killjoy: Ama Ata Aidoo
51) Discourse on Colonialism: Aime Cesaire
52) The Anthills of the Savannah: Chinua Achebe
53) Under African Skies, a collection of short stories by continental African writers: edited by Charles Larson
54) The Uses of Haiti: Dr Paul Farmer
55) Black Jacobins: CLR James
56) How Europe Under Developed Africa: Walter Rodney
57) The Healing Wisdom of Africa: Malidoma Some
58) Jambalaya: Priestess of Oshun, Luisah Teish
59) The Wreathed of the Earth: Franz Fanon
60) The Autobiography of Angela Davis
61) A Taste of Power: Elaine Brown
62) The Appeal: David Walker
63) Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girlslave: Harriet Jacobs
64) Krik! Krak!: Edwidge Danticat
65) Aint I a Woman: Bell Hooks
66) Black Feminist Thought: Patricia Collins
67) Nervous Conditions: Tsiti Dangarembga
68) No Telephone to Heaven: Michelle Cliff
69) If Beale Street Could Talk: James Baldwin
70) Homegirls and Hand grenades poems by Sonia Sanchez
71) A daughter's geography poems by Ntozake Shange
72) Push: Sapphire
73) A Small Place: Jamaica Kincaid
74) The Secret Teachings of all Ages: Manly P. Hall
75) Queen Mother of the River Where Blood was Born: Sandra Jackson-Opoku
76) Brown Girl in The Ring: Nalo Hopkinson
77) 20 Years On The Move: John Africa
78) Blood In My Eye: George L. Jackson
79) The Isis Papers: The Keys to The Colors: Dr. Frances Cress Welsing
80) The Art of Warfare: Sun-Tzu
81) The Autobiography of Malcolm X : Alex Haley

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