Emancipation Books

Black Liberation Through the Marketplace: Hope, Heartbreak, and the Promise of America

Publication Date: 05/10/2022

If we face America’s racial history squarely, will it mean that the American project is a failure? Conversely, if we think the American project is a worthy endeavor, do we have to lie, downplay, or equivocate about our past? In this book, we use the classical liberal lens to ask…

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Race Crazy: BLM, 1619, and the Progressive Racism Movement

Publication Date: 11/09/2021

The progressive left has gone Race Crazy—and they want to take America down the same path of insanity. When did America become obsessed with racial differences? After decades of progress healing real-world prejudices and anger, we suddenly live in an America where we’re expected to view every single thing through…

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What Do White Americans Owe Black People: Racial Justice in the Age of Post-Oppression

Publication Date: 10/26/2021

A philosopher’s passionate call for all Americans to rethink our racial dynamic and to break the cycle of negativity that pits the races against each other. In this provocative and highly original work, philosophy professor Jason D. Hill explores multiple dimensions of race in America today, but most importantly, a…

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Red, White, and Black: Rescuing American History from Revisionists and Race Hustlers

Publication Date: 05/18/2021

An indispensable corrective to the falsified version of black history presented by The 1619 Project, radical activists, and money-hungry “diversity consultants.” In the rush to redefine the place of black Americans in contemporary society, many radical activists and academics have mounted a campaign to destroy traditional American history and replace…

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Behind the Black Mask: My Time as an Antifa Activist

Publication Date: 10/05/2020

A rare and very timely inside account of what it is like to be an Antifa activist from a former member who has since become a conservative. As a young Mexican immigrant, Gabriel Nadales grew up feeling alienated and distant from the American Dream that brought his parents to this…

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Eight Questions About Race: A Black Pastor Responds to Black Lives Matter

Publication Date: 09/26/2020

Prominent black pastor Aubrey Shines sheds light on the difficult questions raised by the racial protests in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd, proposing a Christian response to the agenda and claims of Black Lives Matter. People of faith have been in the vanguard of civil rights for…

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