Book - Non-fiction. Edited by James W. Loewen and Edward H. Sebesta. 484 pages. 2010.
Primary documents on the causes of the Civil War.
Picture book. By Doreen Rappaport. Illustrated by Shane W. Evans. 2005.
Picture book for upper elementary/middle school on the many forms of resistance to slavery.
Book — Non-fiction. By Frederick Douglass and essays by Angela Davis. 2009. 254 pages.
The classic biography of Frederick Douglass with an introduction and critical analysis by Angela Davis.
Book — Non-fiction. By The Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives. 2009. 25 pages.
Booklet in graphic novel format on Paul Robeson's involvement in the Spanish Civil War.
Book — Non-fiction. By Milton Meltzer. 2002. 208 pages.
History of the struggle for civil rights throughout U.S. history for middle school readers.
Book — Fiction. By Howard Fast. 1944. 294 pages.
The politics and economics of Reconstruction told through memorable historical fiction.
Book - Fiction. By Ann Turner and Ronald Himler. 1995.
Based on the diary of the author's great-grandmother, this is a poignant and compelling look at slavery through the eyes of a young girl.
Book – Fiction. By Milton Meltzer. 2006.
An historically accurate novel on abolitionists and the Underground Railroad for middle school readers.
Film Chapter and Contents. Directed by Howard Zinn, Chris Moore, and Anthony Arnove. 2009. 110 minutes.
Dramatic readings and performances based on "Voices of a People's History" and "A People's History of the United States."
Book — Non-fiction. By Howard Zinn. 1964; re-published in 2013. 246 pages.
A detailed history of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.