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RECLAMATION PROJECT BOOKS

Defending Farrakhan BOOK 2: The Campaign to Free the Real Children of Israel-$15
NEW RELEASE! Real Black Scholarship: UNCHAINED; 416 pages containing 98 powerful articles from a new breed of fearless writers who effectively repel and demolish the defamatory attacks against Minister Louis Farrakhan. Read as they expertly use history, science, culture, and religion in their biting wit and commentary. Absorbing, thought-provoking and compelling. A must have for your library!

The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Volume One-$20
This legendary book reveals the Jewish role in the African slave trade. Drawing almost entirely from Jewish academic sources, it destroys the myth that Jews were historical “friends” of the Black African. Jews became slave traders, auctioneers, plantation owners, slave shippers, and financiers, greasing the wheels of the plantation economy, making slavery more profitable than ever. 334 pages, 1,274 footnotes, full index. Truth that has never been successfully challenged in 20 years.

The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Volume Two-$20
Jewish politicians helped create and enforce the Jim Crow laws, and Jewish merchants targeted Black cotton sharecroppers, growing extremely wealthy in the process. Shockingly, Jews became Ku Klux Klan members, and some even supplied the Klan with guns, sheets, and hoods! Fully footnoted, extraordinary documentation, extensive index, 512 pages. Highly Informative!

Jews Selling Blacks-$10
144 pages of Jewish slave sale ads reproduced from American newspapers. Jews bought and sold whole plantations—slaves and all—and they marketed slaves who ranged in age from infants to the elderly. Jewish merchants arranged bank financing for their marketing of the Black man and woman—Black slaves ON LAYAWAY! This book puts an end to the mythology that Jews had no role in the slave trade.

How White Folks Got So Rich-$8
A pocket-size expose’ of the ARCHITECTURE OF WHITE SUPREMACY. It explores the government policies, the corporate scheming, the “special arrangements,” the racist behaviors and devious public and private sector actions that are at the very foundation of White Wealth in America. If you thought Whites achieved their riches through “hard work,” you definitely NEED this book. 136 pages and fully illustrated.

 

Defending Farrakhan, Book 1: The Campaign to Free the Real Children of Israel-$15
368 pages of powerful articles from the award-winning Final Call newspaper. A new breed of fearless writers who effectively repel and demolish the defamatory attacks against Minister Louis Farrakhan. Read as they expertly use history, science, culture, and religion in their biting wit and commentary. Absorbing, thought-provoking and compelling. A must have for your library!

The American Directory of Certified Uncle Toms-$20
A well-documented, scholarly, and witty critique of the most stridently “Eurocentric” elements of the Black community, this publication courageously interrogates white liberalism, Black conservatism, light-skinned privilege, and snobbery and elitism among the Black Uppitties. Read about Oprah, Colin Powell, Clarence Thomas, Tiger Woods, Henry Louis Gates, Whoopi Goldberg, and many more. Whether you agree or disagree with those profiled, The American Directory of Certified Uncle Toms is an important work. 448 pages. Hundreds of Footnotes. Full Index. Bibliography

The Hidden History of Washington, DC: A Guide for Black Folks-$10
Washington, D.C., was once known as the “Congo of America.” Read about the D.C. slave laws and black codes, White House slavery, and the Black men who built the Capitol. Read about the well-known and not-so-well-known historical namesakes of D.C.’s streets, buildings, parks and other locations named after respected and infamous citizens and individuals from the past. The Hidden History of Washington, D.C., is revealed in the 96 pages of this remarkable book. DC Slave Ads. Map of DC Slave Sale Sites. Footnotes. Full Index. Bibliography.

The Hidden History of New York: A Guide for Black Folks-$10
This book exposes New York’s hidden past, including the Manhattan slave revolts, slavery on Long Island, the Wall Street slave market, and the New York bankers’ investment in southern plantations. Includes a comprehensive list of the many wealthy New York whites that owned slaves. 160 pages. Hundreds of Footnotes. Full Index. Bibliography–SOLD OUT.

The Hidden History of Massachusetts: A Guide for Black Folks-$10
Now for the first time, the fascinating historical threads of the Pilgrims, Puritans, Indians, and Black Africans have been woven into a gripping narrative in a new and informative book. Readers will learn the true account of the First Thanksgiving and find out about the Black Africans of colonial times who helped the Founding Fathers, the Abolitionists who held slaves and believed in the inferiority of the Black race, and the Black history behind many famous tourist attractions, monuments, and statues. This book includes photos, illustrations, and the largest list of Massachusetts slave owners ever compiled. 178 pages. Hundreds of Footnotes. Full Index. Bibliography.

The Black Timeline of Massachusetts: A History of White Supremacy in the Bay State-$6
If you ever thought of Massachusetts as the “cradle of liberty,” you need to read this book. This is the companion volume to The Hidden History of Massachusetts. You’ll learn, among many other facts, that Massachusetts led the nation in slave trading, that there was slave breeding in Boston, that Blacks and Indians were burned at the stake in the Bay State, that Deer Island was once a concentration camp for Indians, and that Beacon Hill was once known as “Nigger Hill.” Track Massachusetts’s legacy of genocide, slavery, and racism year by year, from the first Pilgrim until the twenty-first century. 45 pages. Fully referenced.