Black Judaism: Story of a an American Movement
by James E. Landing (Author)
During the turbulent Civil Rights era, an uneasy alliance developed between some Black
Jews and Rabbinic Jews, but rejection soon followed. Black Judaism has never had a large number of adherents, but its influence
far exceeds its numbers, making it one of the most important social movements in African-American history.
Shared Dreams: Martin Luther King Jr. and the
Jewish Community (Hardcover)
by Marc Schneier (Author)
"The African American community has no clue as to Dr. King's involvement with the Jewish
community, the State of Israel, the plight of Soviet Jews, his many references to the Holocaust, and his condemnation of anti-Semitism,
especially when the virus erupted among African- Americans," Schneier said.
"... in the last speech he made before his 1968 assassination, (King) spoke fondly of his trip to Israel in 1959. Schneier's
candid, well-balanced presentation is a significant contribution to African-American/Jewish harmony."
Yeshua the Hebrew Messiah or Jesus the Christian
by Ben Ammi
It has only been in recent years that anyone dared to question any aspect of the Euro-Christian account
of the son of Joseph, the carpenter from Nazareth. And then the discussion was limited to a debate about skin color. While
European scholarship continues to resist the obvious truth, that Yeshua was in fact a Black man, there is yet much more to
the story which must be told.