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In June 2020, the AHA issued a Statement on the History of Racist Violence in the United States, noting the long, “sordid history” of “violence against African Americans, committed either outside the law or in the name of law enforcement itself.”

All these aspects of America’s past have been treated in the pages of the AHR over the years, and we supplement the AHA’s statement with a selection of some of these articles. These articles not only catalog a record of racist violence, but also detail the persistent resistance to these abuses mounted by African Americans.

Oxford University Press is proud to publish award winning books including Pulitzer Prize winner Sweet Taste of Liberty, Theodore Roosevelt Association Book Prize winner Great Power Rising, and the winner of this year’s Oral History Association Book Award, Rethinking Oral History and Tradition. Explore our conference list and save 30% off on a selection of our newest titles. Many of our books are also available as examination copies for course leader’s consideration as teaching material, and can be requested via our website.

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