The Top 25 Books On Slavery By SlaveryFacts.org
New Orleans, LA
A new website has caught the attention of educators and parents who are interested in developing a strong curriculum that is submersed in the Transatlantic Slave Trade. SlaveryFacts.org recently released The Top 25 Books on Slavery. This collection of books have been endorsed by the researchers at SlaveryFacts.org as some of the most academically accurate content available on the subject of slavery in America from 1614 – 1865.
A spokesperson and researcher for SlaveryFacts.org, TJ Spencer Jacques, commented that the goal is to provide Educators and Parents with books and online content that have been historically authenticated by their internal staff of researchers and other renowned scholars.
“SlaveryFacts.org was created within a void that existed regarding the facts of this dark period in the history of this nation, without watering down the atrocities that occurred. Our commitment to our students is never to sensationalize that 250 year period but to allow the facts to stand alone.”
Author TJ Spencer Jacques went on to say that SlaveryFacts.org is free of annoying pop-up ads and intrusive spam videos. “Our priority is to provide a unique reader experience where students will come to depend on and learn at their own pace.”
Listed below are just a few of the titles included in the Top 25 Books On Slavery.
- Remembering Slavery: Audio book by Debbie Allen, James Earl Jones, and Louis Gossett, Jr
- AFRICAN VOICES OF THE ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE by Anne C. Bailey
- Ar’n’t I a Woman?: Female Slaves in the Plantation South by Deborah Gray White
- Slave Narrative Written By Frederick Douglass
- The Weeping Time: Memory and the Largest Slave Auction by Anne C. Bailey
All of the above books and enlightening articles or awaiting students at SlaveryFacts.org.