Class of 1970
The Great Betrayal
The Negro in Brazilian Society
Central to the thinking about the negro in Brazilian society is the myth of racial democracy and the absence of prejudice. […] Florestan Fernandes’ book sets out to dispel this myth.
Custer Died for Your Sins
Vine Deloria Jr.
Deloria advocates the ethnic pride fostered by tribalism, which is a covenantal relationship between people, land, and religion that makes each community robust and distinctive.
Dan T. Carter
Carter’s historical investigation traces the struggle for justice of nine Black men falsely accused of raping two white women, a battle that was brought to court in 1930 and was ultimately heard by the Supreme Court of Alabama several years later.