KINDLE (Slave Breeding) author Gregory D. Smithers
Around slave breeding through the Reconstruction era the second #HALF CALLS TO THE VARIOUS WAYS THE THEME #calls attention to the ways the theme emerged n African American and popular culture An nteresting study of popular memory and slavery. T while social and economic historians have downplayed the significance of slave breeding African Americans have refused to forget the violence and sexual coercion associated with the plantation South By placing African American histories and memories of slave breeding within the larger context of America’s history of racial and gender discrimination Smithers sheds much needed light on African
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