Freedom s Child

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ISBN: 9780008132798
Release Date: 2015-06-02
Number of pages: 368
Author: Jax Miller
Publisher: HarperCollins

Download and read online Freedom s Child in PDF and EPUB A heart-stopping debut thriller about a woman named Freedom, who will stop at nothing to save the daughter she only knew for two minutes and seventeen seconds.

Freedom s Child

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ISBN: 0140282521
Release Date: 1999-05-01
Number of pages: 288
Author: Carrie Allen McCray
Publisher: Penguin Books

Download and read online Freedom s Child in PDF and EPUB Tells the life story of the author's mother, the illegitimate daughter of a Confederate general from Virginia and a former slave, who became a leader in the founding of the NAACP

Raising Freedom s Child

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ISBN: 9780814796337
Release Date: 2010-04-09
Number of pages: 336
Author: Mary Niall Mitchell
Publisher: NYU Press

Download and read online Raising Freedom s Child in PDF and EPUB The Pacific Northwest is known for its diverse, unusual politics. There are thriving gay and lesbian communities and populations of staunchly conservative Christians. Both groups wield political power out of proportion to their numbers and yet both feel beleaguered. How do members of these groups—both community leaders and everyday citizens—perceive the political climates that surround them This book tells a tale of two Northwestern cities: Seattle, well known nationally for its liberalism, and Spokane, its conservative cousin to the east. Weathering Change characterizes the ways these liberal and conservative environments translate into hostility and hospitality for the Christian conservatives, gay men, and lesbians who live within them. Linneman gives us a firsthand account of how people from both groups think about social change in relation to the media, the public, the government, their communities, and their opposition. Indeed, we gain much needed insight into why Christian conservatives view the progress of the gay and lesbian movement as such a threat.

Freedom s Children

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ISBN: 1101076178
Release Date: 2000-12-01
Number of pages: 192
Author: Ellen S. Levine
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Freedom s Children in PDF and EPUB In this inspiring collection of true stories, thirty African-Americans who were children or teenagers in the 1950s and 1960s talk about what it was like for them to fight segregation in the South-to sit in an all-white restaurant and demand to be served, to refuse to give up a seat at the front of the bus, to be among the first to integrate the public schools, and to face violence, arrest, and even death for the cause of freedom. "Thrilling...Nothing short of wonderful."-The New York Times Awards: ( A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year ( A Booklist Editors' Choice

Freedom s Child

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ISBN: UVA:X001357716
Release Date: 1988
Number of pages: 246
Author: Walter Polovchak
Publisher: Random House (NY)

Download and read online Freedom s Child in PDF and EPUB The true story of Walter Polovchak, the Ukrainian boy who refused to return with her parents from America to the Soviet Union, reveals his battles to remain free and the secret maneuverings of well-known politicians

I am freedom s child

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ISBN: 0440849608
Release Date: 1993
Number of pages: 30
Author: Bill Martin

Download and read online I am freedom s child in PDF and EPUB We are all different and we all like each other.

Freedom s Children

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ISBN: 9781898309277
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 160
Author: Helen Wilkinson
Publisher: Demos

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One and Only

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ISBN: 9781451626971
Release Date: 2013-06-11
Number of pages: 224
Author: Lauren Sandler
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online One and Only in PDF and EPUB A funny, tough-minded case for being and having an only child, debunking the myths about only children and taking glory in the pleasures of singletons: “A swift and absorbing read…may change your mind and the national conversation” (Psychology Today). Journalist Lauren Sandler is an only child and the mother of one. After investigating what only children are really like and whether stopping at one child is an answer to reconciling motherhood and modernity, she learned a lot about herself—and a lot about our culture’s assumptions. In this heartfelt work, Sandler legitimizes a discussion about the larger societal costs of having more than one, which Jessica Grose in her review in The New Republic calls, “the vital part of the conversation that’s not being discussed in the chatter” surrounding parenting. Between the recession, the stresses of modern life, and the ecological dangers ahead, there are increasing pressures on parents to think seriously about singletons. Sandler considers the unique ways that singletons thrive, and why so many of their families are happier. One and Only examines these ideas, including what the rise of the single-child family means for our economies, our environment, and our freedom, leaving the reader “informed and sympathetic,” writes Nora Krug in the Washington Post. Through this journey, “Sandler delves deeply, thoughtfully, and often humorously into history, culture, politics, religion, race, economics, and of course, scientific research” writes Lori Gottlieb, The New York Times Book Review. “I couldn’t put it down,” says Randi Hutter Epstein in the Huffington Post. Sandler “isn’t proselytizing, she’s just stating it like it is. Seductively honest.” At the end, Sandler has quite possibly cracked the code of happiness, demonstrating that having just one may be the way to resolve our countless struggles with adulthood in the modern age.

Freedom s Child

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ISBN: 9788184759662
Release Date: 2008-08-25
Number of pages: 208
Author: Chandralekha Mehta
Publisher: Penguin UK

Download and read online Freedom s Child in PDF and EPUB Freedom was then a far vision, and no one really expected to see a free India in his or her lifetime. The hundreds and thousands of men, women and teenagers, whose stamina and sacrifices led to our independence, were the real heroes of the Non cooperation movement. For people like them, Anand Bhawan was a symbol of the struggle.' Writing about her growing up years, author Chandralekha Mehta, Pandit Nehru's niece, gives us a peek into the momentous years of the freedom struggle. This was the age of Satyagraha, when the country was awakening to new realities, trying to shape her own destiny and inching her way to freedom, all brought about by the vision of one man Mahatma Gandhi. The author and her family, the Nehrus in Allahabad, were prominent participants in the extraordinary and historical events of the time.

The Book of Children

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ISBN: 9781250006202
Release Date: 2013-07-16
Number of pages: 240
Author: Osho
Publisher: Macmillan

Download and read online The Book of Children in PDF and EPUB A first entry in a new series by the spiritual teacher and author of The Journey of Being Human describes how the natural freedom and creativity of childhood is typically sacrificed in favor of productivity, calling for more liberating approaches that enable parents to become aware of their own negative conditioning. Original. 20,000 first printing.

Freedom s Frontier

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ISBN: 9781469607689
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 324
Author: Stacey L. Smith
Publisher: UNC Press Books

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Freedom in Congo Square

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ISBN: 9781499804799
Release Date: 2017-01-17
Number of pages: 40
Author: Carole Boston Weatherford
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Freedom in Congo Square in PDF and EPUB Now available as an ebook with audio from the author! Winner of a Caldecott Honor, a Coretta Scott King Honor for illustration, and chosen as a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of 2016, this poetic, nonfiction story about a little-known piece of African American history captures a human’s capacity to find hope and joy in difficult circumstances and demonstrates how New Orleans' Congo Square was truly freedom’s heart. Mondays, there were hogs to slop, mules to train, and logs to chop. Slavery was no ways fair. Six more days to Congo Square. As slaves relentlessly toiled in an unjust system in 19th century Louisiana, they all counted down the days until Sunday, when at least for half a day they were briefly able to congregate in Congo Square in New Orleans. Here they were free to set up an open market, sing, dance, and play music. They were free to forget their cares, their struggles, and their oppression. This story chronicles slaves' duties each day, from chopping logs on Mondays to baking bread on Wednesdays to plucking hens on Saturday, and builds to the freedom of Sundays and the special experience of an afternoon spent in Congo Square. This ebook includes audio from the author, Carole Boston Weatherford, as well as from Freddi Williams Evans (, a historian and Congo Square expert, who wrote the foreword. Also included is a glossary of terms with pronunciations and definitions. AWARDS: 2017 Caldecott Honor winner 2017 Coretta Scott King Honor winner for illustration A New York Times Best Illustrated Book of 2016 A Kirkus Reviews Best Book of 2016 A School Library Journal Best Book of 2016: Nonfiction Starred reviews from School Library Journal, Booklist, Kirkus Reviews, and The Horn Book Magazine

Henry s Freedom Box

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ISBN: 9781338082654
Release Date: 2016-03-29
Number of pages: 40
Author: Ellen Levine
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

Download and read online Henry s Freedom Box in PDF and EPUB A stirring, dramatic story of a slave who mails himself to freedom by a Jane Addams Peace Award-winning author and a Coretta Scott King Award-winning artist. Henry Brown doesn't know how old he is. Nobody keeps records of slaves' birthdays. All the time he dreams about freedom, but that dream seems farther away than ever when he is torn from his family and put to work in a warehouse. Henry grows up and marries, but he is again devastated when his family is sold at the slave market. Then one day, as he lifts a crate at the warehouse, he knows exactly what he must do: He will mail himself to the North. After an arduous journey in the crate, Henry finally has a birthday -- his first day of freedom.

Freedom Summer

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ISBN: 9780689830167
Release Date: 2001-01-01
Number of pages: 32
Author: Deborah Wiles
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Freedom Summer in PDF and EPUB In 1964, Joe is pleased that a new law will allow his best friend John Henry, who is black, to share the town pool and other public places with him, but he is dismayed to find that prejudice still exists.