Class of 1966
Your Heredity and Environment
The Autobiography of Malcolm X
The book, which concludes with Malcolm X’s reevaluation of the Nation of Islam religious movement, highlights the complexity, compassion, and humanity of a figure whose public image might otherwise have remained monolithic and negative.
Manchild in the Promised Land
With epic reach, Brown depicts his struggles with race, poverty, sex, family, friendship, religion and education on his way to a soulful, mature independence and a life outside the ghetto.
The Unity of Mankind in Greek Thought
Baldry believes that [the idea of the unity of mankind] cannot be attributed to any single individual, but that the true picture is a long and complicated chain of development to which many contributed.