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Ryan White

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Ryan White was a young boy who became famous for battling the AIDS virus at a time when people did not know much about the disease. Optimistic and determined to lead a somewhat normal life, Ryan (and others who befriended him) worked hard to raise

The Black & Whites

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Ten years of studio work in black and white. People are characters. I've tried to deliver.

White Settler Reserve

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In 1875, Icelandic immigrants established a colony on the southwest shore of Lake Winnipeg. The timing and location of New Iceland was not accidental. Across the Prairies, the Canadian government was creating land reserves for Europeans in the hope that the agricultural development of Indigenous lands would support the state's economic and political ambitions. In this innovative history, Ryan Eyford expands our understanding of the creation of western Canada: his nuanced account traces the connections between Icelandic colonists, the Indigenous people they displaced, and other settler groups while exposing the ideas and practices integral to building a colonial society.

White Settler Reserve

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In 1875, Icelandic immigrants established a colony on the southwest shore of Lake Winnipeg. The timing and location of New Iceland was not accidental. Across the Prairies, the Canadian government was creating land reserves for Europeans in the hop

At Mama's Knee: Mothers and Race in Black and White

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At Mama's Knee looks at race and race relations through the lessons that mothers transmit to their children. Through the stories of mothers from Hillary Clinton to Sybrina Fulton, we are reminded that attitudes change from one generation to the next and one child at a time.

The Ryan White Handbook - Everything You Need To Know About Ryan White

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This book is your ultimate Ryan White resource. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, facts, quotes and much more. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Ryan Whi

CASEY RYAN & THE TRAIL OF THE WHITE MULE (Western Classics Series)

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This carefully crafted ebook: "CASEY RYAN & THE TRAIL OF THE WHITE MULE" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Casey Ryan is a stagecoach driver known for fighting, gambling and drinking, but also for

The Trail of the White Mule & Casey Ryan (Western Adventure Classics)

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Casey Ryan is a stagecoach driver known for fighting, gambling and drinking, but also for being the fastest one there is. Once he trades his coach for a Ford, things take a turn for the worse and Casey finds himself without car, money and job. In

White Ops

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Ten-year-old Ryan Wolf has a secret: he is the protector of the Eigenoids, a group of creatures tinier than dust particles who live in a box given to Ryan by his grandfather. The Eigenoids use their magic to shrink Ryan down to their size in order to help him learn about the world around him. During a baseball game, Ryan gets a splinter in his finger. After hearing about how his grandfather lost part of a finger due to an infection from a splinter, Ryan worries that the same thing will happen to him. In order to help, the Eigenoids transform him into a white blood cell so that they can confront the infamous Stephano, the staphylococcus aureus bacterium. Together they travel back in time to when Ryan had the splinter and go inside his body. There they learn about white lymph cells, phagocytes (who make up the White Ops), and bacteria, and they meet Charlie T, the White Duke of Cytes, and Big B-Cell. As Ryan realizes that his adventures with the Eigenoids have real consequences, he must learn to believe in himself and find the first cryton for the spell to save the Eigenoids. In this science fiction novel for middle readers, a boy journeys with a group of tiny magical beings within his body to learn and to save himself a

The Trail of the White Mule

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Casey Ryan, hunched behind the wheel of a large, dark blue touring car with a kinked front fender and the glass gone from the left headlight, slid out from the halted traffic, shied sharply away from a hysterically clanging street car, crossed the

The Trail of the White Mule

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Equal parts daring and prone to disaster, B.M. Bower's beloved hero with a heart of gold, Casey Ryan, is at it again in The Trail of the White Mule". Whether he's veering through traffic at high speed in the boomtown of Los Angeles or pursuing b

The White Devil of Dublin

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When Detective Ryan O'Clery receives a phone call from a noted historian claiming to have information about his family, he is certain she is mistaken but agrees to meet with her. When he arrives, however, he finds she's been murdered and her compu

Casey Ryan

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From Denver to Spokane, from El Paso to Fort Benton, men talk of Casey Ryan and smile when they speak his name. Old men with the flat tone of coming senility in their voices will suck at their pipes and cackle reminiscently while they tell you of Casey's tumul-tuous youth - when he drove the six fastest horses in Colorado on the stage out from Cripple Creek, and whooped past would-be holdups with a grin of derision on his face and bullets whining after him and passengers praying disjointed prayers and clinging white-knuckled to the seats. They say that once a flat, lanky man climbed bareheaded out at the stage station below the mountain and met Casey coming springily off the box with whip and six reins in his hand. The lanky man was still pale from his ride, and he spluttered when he spoke:

The Ryan Reynolds Handbook - Everything you need to know about Ryan Reynolds

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Ryan Rodney Reynolds (born October 23, 1976) is a Canadian actor. He is known for his roles in National Lampoon's Van Wilder, Waiting, The Amityville Horror, Just Friends, Definitely, Maybe, The Proposal, Buried, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and Green Lantern. His television roles include Michael "Berg" Bergen on ABC's Two Guys and a Girl. Reynolds was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. His father, Jim, is a retired Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer who later became a food wholesaler, and his mother, Tammy, is a retail salesperson. He is of Irish ancestry and was raised Roman Catholic. The youngest of four brothers, he graduated from Kitsilano Secondary School in Vancouver in 1994.He then attended Kwantlen Polytechnic University, also in Vancouver, until dropping out. This book is your ultimate resource for Ryan Reynolds. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about his Early life, Career and Personal life right away. A quick look inside: Ryan Reynolds, Ordinary Magic, Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story, When Friendship Kills, Sabrina the Teenage Witch (film), The Alarmist (film), Coming Soon (1999 film), Dick (film), Finder's Fee, National Lampoon's Van Wilder, Buying the Cow, The In-Laws (2003 film), Foolproof, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, Blade: Trinity, School of Life, The Amityville Horror (2005 film), Waiting. (film), Just Friends, Smokin' Aces, The Nines, Chaos Theory (film), Definitely, Maybe, Fireflies in the Garden, Adventureland (film), X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Proposal (film), Paper Man, Buried (film), Green Lantern (film), The Change-Up, Safe House (2012 film), R.I.P.D, Hillside (TV series), The Odyssey (TV series), The Outer Limits (1995 TV series), If These Walls Could Talk (The Outer Limits), Syzygy (The X-Files), Double Helix (The Outer Limits), The Origin of Specie

Ryan's Woods: A South Side Boyhood Fifty Years Ago

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The year is 1962. The family of fourteen-year-old Kevin Collins, caught in white flight, has moved from Beverly, its South Side of Chicago neighborhood, to the city's northern suburbs. The field of Kevin's most formative boyhood adventures was Ryan's Woods, the great South Side forest preserve, mysterious, beautiful, running along the city's western edge a full mile from 83rd Street to 91st. It now serves as the frame for his memories. Memories of a villain enemy, of games hard-fought as wars, of moments of fear or courage, of moments that transcend racial division, and of first love in all the pure strength of its innocence. Memories, still fresh, of best friendships that Kevin now feels will be forever unrecoverable. And memories especially of his greatest friend, Jackie Leonard, whose death at age thirteen has moved Kevin to turn memory into story.

When Baseball Went White

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The story of Jackie Robinson valiantly breaking baseball's color barrier in 1947 is one that most Americans know. But less recognized is the fact that some seventy years earlier, following the Civil War, baseball was tenuously biracial and had the

Bone White

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The town of Mundy's Landing was founded on a horrifying secret, but stark white bones of the dead never lie. "We shall never tell." Spurred by the cryptic phrase in a centuries-old letter, Emerson Mundy travels to her ancestral hometown to trace her past. In Mundy's Landing, she connects with long lost relatives-and a closet full of skeletons going back centuries. In the year since former NYPD Detective Sullivan Leary solved the historic Sleeping Beauty Murders, she-like the village itself-has made a fresh start. But someone has unearthed blood-drenched secrets in a disembodied skull, and is hacking away at the Mundy family tree, branch by branch.

The Presidency in Black and White

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2016 NAACP Image Award Nominee, Essence Top 10 books of 2015, African American Literary Show Inc. 2015 Best Non Fiction Award When the award-winning The Presidency in Black and White first appeared, readers were captivated by journalist April Ryan's compelling behind-the-scenes look at race relations from the epicenter of American power and policy making-the White House. As a White House correspondent since 1997, Ryan provides unique insights on the presidencies of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama. In the updated paperback edition, Ryan contributes a new afterword, chronicling the country's growing racial divide, the end of the Obama era, the increasingly contentious Trump White House, and prospects for race relations in the Trump presidency.

The Presidency in Black and White

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2016 NAACP Image Award Nominee, Essence Top 10 books of 2015, African American Literary Show Inc. 2015 Best Non Fiction AwardIn The Presidency in Black and White, journalist April Ryan gives readers a compelling and personal behind-the-scenes look at race relations in contemporary America from the epicenter of American power and policy making-the White House, her beat since 1997. On behalf of the American Urban Radio Networks, and through her "Fabric of America" news blog, she delivers her readership and listeners (millions of African Americans and close to 300 radio affiliates) a "unique urban and minority perspective in news." Her position as a White House Correspondent has afforded her unique insight into the racial sensitivities, issues, and attendant political struggles of our nation's last three presidents. In Bill Clinton, Ryan saw both a savvy politician who did his best to stay above the racial fray in public, and a man privately pained from the wrongs done to African-Americans throughout our history, not unlike those with whom he'd grown up in Arkansas. In George W. Bush, a man she respected as a faithful husband and father, an unprecedented amount of backlash against what was spun and perceived as racism in his policies - particularly those surrounding his administration's horrendous handling of Hurricane Katrina - from which he never truly recovered, and by which he remained personally haunted for years. And in Barack Obama - a President expected to transcend divisions and raise us above our racial squabbling simply by taking office - a leader who, especially early in his administration, drew his own form of fire from those who noted his surprising absence from various racial issues that presented themselves on the national stage, but upon which he did not seem moved to comment, much less act. With humor, grace, and determination, April shares the highs and lows of her sometimes lonely but rewarding battle to keep questions of race relations in America on

The Presidency in Black and White

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In The Presidency in Black and White, journalist April Ryan gives readers a compelling and personal behind-the-scenes look at race relations in contemporary America from the epicenter of American power and policy making-the White House, her beat since 1997. On behalf of the American Urban Radio Networks, and through her "Fabric of America" news blog, she delivers her readership and listeners (millions of African Americans and close to 300 radio affiliates) a "unique urban and minority perspective in news." Her position as a White House Correspondent has afforded her unique insight into the racial sensitivities, issues, and attendant political struggles of our nation's last three presidents. In Bill Clinton, Ryan saw both a savvy politician who did his best to stay above the racial fray in public, and a man privately pained from the wrongs done to African-Americans throughout our history, not unlike those with whom he'd grown up in Arkansas. In George W. Bush, a man she respected as a faithful husband and father, an unprecedented amount of backlash against what was spun and perceived as racism in his policies - particularly those surrounding his administration's horrendous handling of Hurricane Katrina - from which he never truly recovered, and by which he remained personally haunted for years. And in Barack Obama - a President expected to transcend divisions and raise us above our racial squabbling simply by taking office - a leader who, especially early in his administration, drew his own form of fire from those who noted his surprising absence from various racial issues that presented themselves on the national stage, but upon which he did not seem moved to comment, much less act. With humor, grace, and determination, April shares the highs and lows of her sometimes lonely but rewarding battle to keep questions of race relations in America on the political front burner, and in the President's ear. She has made this battle her life's work and will never stop fightin
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