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  • Long Is the Way and Hard: One Hundred Years of the NAACP | Kevern Verney,Lee Sartain,Adam Fairclough

    Long Is the Way and Hard: One Hundred Years of the NAACP

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 24 mins)
    • By Kevern Verney, Lee Sartain, Adam Fairclough
    • Narrated By Marcus D. Durham
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    The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has been the leading and best known African American civil rights organization in the United States. It has played a major, and at times decisive, role in most of the important developments in the 20th century civil rights struggle. Drawing on original and previously unpublished scholarship from leading researchers in the United States, Britain, and Europe, this important collection of 16 original essays offers new and invaluable insights into the work and achievements of the association.

  • Lucifer Ascending: The Occult in Folklore and Popular Culture | Bill Ellis

    Lucifer Ascending: The Occult in Folklore and Popular Culture

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    • By Bill Ellis
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    Despite their centuries-old history and traditions, witchcraft and magic are still very much a part of modern Anglo-American culture. In Lucifer Ascending, Bill Ellis looks at modern practices that are universally defined as "occult," from commonplace habits such as carrying a rabbit's foot for good luck or using a Ouija board, to more esoteric traditions, such as the use of spell books. In particular, Ellis shows how the occult has been a common element in youth culture for hundreds of years.

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