Barbara W. Coles Trader
Notes of A Native Son.
Massachusetts: Beacon Press Publishers, 1983. The book is an autobiography of James in Harlem, New York: New Jersey and a question of black identity.
Bromley, David G.
White Racism and Black Americans
. Massachusetts: Schenkman Publishers, 1972. The book of anthology deals with an inquiry which focus on the consequences of white racism for AfroAmericans. Shirley Chisholm wrote the foreword. She was a black congresswoman of the House of Representatives in the United States of America.
Black Women Writers
. New York: Doubleday Publishers, 1984. Black feminist literary criticism and a critical perspective are viewed in this book.
Ginger, Ray. “
A United States History to 1877
People on the Move.
Massachusetts: Allyn and Bacon, 1975. Excellent American historical information from 14921877 is included in the book. It is easy to read.
Hirsch, E. D.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1987. A research on background knowledge, schema, literacy and culture in the schools are addressed in this book. It is an excellent resource reference.
. New York: Oxford University Press, 1971. The book deals with black culture and identity mainly during the 1920’s in Harlem, New York. It includes some poetry and artwork; the book is very informative.
McCormick, Kathleen. “Reading, Responding, Writing”
. Lexington, Massachusetts: D.C. Heath, 1987. The book is excellent for the teachers of reading. It includes current research on theory/strategies of students to read/write text responses cognitively with the use of general and literal ideology.
Yette, Samuel F.
The Choice: The Issue of Black Survival in America
. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1971. The book addresses racism, black identity and culture.