This book describes the advocacy and struggles of Francis W. M. Morais (1866-1964), Ph.D., D.Lit. Between 1927 and 1935, Dr. Morais worked tirelessly to put an end to slavery, forced labor, and ethnic discrimination in Liberia. Liberia was founded as a safe haven for freed people of color in the early 1800s. Morais’ fight for […]
Journalist on Trial is the captivating story of Rodney D. Sieh, one of Africa’s finest investigative journalists. This is not just Rodney’s story but the story of virtually every journalist today in an era that has become consumed by daily tweets of a sitting US President and a 24-hour news cycle that has seen real […]
In Slave Genealogy of the Roulhac Family: French Masters and the Africans They Enslaved, Roy L. Roulhac, a fifth-generation descendant of colonial North Carolina and territorial Florida slaves, shares his well-documented journey through 18th and 19th-century wills, probate records, bills of sales, and other primary and secondary sources of his ancestors’ enslavers to find and […]
This edition published in 1986 by the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights in New York.