'KILOMBO' by Maria Daniel Balcazar

Quilombo represents an autonomous community where runaway slaves planted the seeds of Afro-Brazilian heritage. The title of this book, Kilombo, was chosen to honor its Bantu origin, while also highlighting its meaning as a haven from injustice and violence. It is a symbol of dignity and freedom with emphasis on the resistance and transcendence of the African diaspora, generation after generation.

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'Tell It Like It Is' by David Alan Harvey

First published in 1968. It was destined to be re-published. It is not an epic. It is a photographic slice of another era, and a small piece of one family’s history in the U.S.

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'Rock, Paper, Scissors' by Mathieu Chaze

"One morning, walking behind you through the misty sandy lanes of our local woods, I had a realisation. I suddenly, for the first time in my life, remembered being your age and my dad mine … Days fast turning into months and into years. How much longer would you be “little boys” and be happy to spend all your time with us?”

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'MEZQUITE' by Michael Loyd Young

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