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And the Walls Came Tumbling Down: An Autobiography
And the Walls Came Tumbling Down: An Autobiography
Originally published in 1989, this beautifully written autobiography of the Rev. Dr. Ralph David Abernathy—Martin Luther King Jr.'s partner and eventual successor—not only tells his own story but also expounds on the leaders he knew intimately, including King, Jesse Jackson, Andrew Young, and Lyndon Johnson, among others. Revealing the planning that went into major protests and the negotiations that brought them to a close, Abernathy chronicles a movement, recalling the bitter defeats they faced, the misery and deaths they suffered. Amidst these struggles, though, he celebrates the victories that integrated communities, gave economic and political power to the disenfranchised, and brought hope to people who had not dreamed of it. Throughout, Abernathy's close relationship with King is central to the story—and to the civil rights movement. In 1956, when Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus, it was Abernathy who enlisted King to join the protest. Together, they led the landmark bus boycott for 381 days, during which Abernathy’s house was bombed and his church dynamited. From there, the two helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and they were jailed together more than 40 times. Their protests and marches took them all over the South—Selma, Albany, Birmingham—and to Washington and Chicago as well. An unsung hero of his era, Abernathy's inspiring memoir ultimately shows how their victories, and even their setbacks, led to social and legislative changes across the entire country.

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$14.55
-$5.40(-27%)



Pay for Profit: Designing An Organization-Wide Performance-Based Compensation System
Pay for Profit: Designing An Organization-Wide Performance-Based Compensation System
Companies are challenged to keep all aspects of their organizations moving forward, in good times and in bad, especially with the recurring cycle of economic discontent. But how an organization manages its employee costs, while keeping employees vested in the success of the company, can be the difference between success and failure. In Pay for Profit, author Dr. William Abernathy guides readers through both the development and long-term management of an effective performance system and outlines how to create employee stakeholders who are focused on the company s success. This book illustrates how to measure all types of performances, how to organize measures into balanced scorecards, and how to link incentives to performance improvement through Profit-Indexed Performance PayTM. Pay for Profit also provides readers with invaluable information on how to manage and sustain a performance system including techniques for validating measures and incentive payouts, as well as performance analysis and improvement strategies. Dr. Abernathy s method of measuring and delivering incentive pay was used at our bank for 21 years. The universal comment from employees is unending praise for the system because under this method of incentive management, they are treated as adults they are given clearly defined goals and paid for their accomplishments without petty and unconstructive interference from their bosses. Hall McAdams, Chairman, Union National Bank

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$45.00



BUD & ME THE TRUE ADVENTURES OF THE ABERNATHY BOYS
BUD & ME THE TRUE ADVENTURES OF THE ABERNATHY BOYS
In 1909, five year old Temple and his nine year old brother, Bud, rode form Frederick, Oklahoma to Santa Fe, New Mexico… ALONE. And that was just the beginning. In a span of four years the Abernathy Boys traveled more than 12,000 miles by horseback, automobile and motorcycle, with the encouragement and understanding of their famous father, “Catch-‘em-Alive” Jack Abernathy, U.S. Marshal of Oklahoma, and friend of President Theodore Roosevelt who was renowned for his ability to catch wild wolves with only his hands.Bud & Me, by Alta Abernathy, Temple’s wife of 64 years, is one of the 20th Century’s most exciting true stories of courage and adventure. It is also a story of family values, honesty, integrity and character.

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American Government: Stories of a Nation, Brief Edition
American Government: Stories of a Nation, Brief Edition
American government is not just one story―it’s many stories. Our stories. And they are still being told.   In American Government: Stories of a Nation, author Scott Abernathy tunes in to the voices of America’s people, showing how diverse ideas throughout our nation’s history have shaped our political institutions, our identities, the way we participate and behave, the laws we live by, and the challenges we face. His storytelling approach brings the core concepts of government to life, making them meaningful and memorable, and allowing all students to see themselves reflected in the pages. For the new Brief Edition, Abernathy has carefully condensed and updated the content from the Full version, giving you the information you need--and the stories you can relate to--in a more concise, value-oriented package.

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$68.00



Amerock BP29460CG10 Abernathy 1-1/16 in (27 mm) Length Clear/Satin Nickel Cabinet Knob
Amerock BP29460CG10 Abernathy 1-1/16 in (27 mm) Length Clear/Satin Nickel Cabinet Knob
The Amerock BP29460CG10 Abernathy 1-1/16 in (27 mm) Length Knob is finished in Clear/Satin Nickel. With an air of elegance, the Abernathy collection adds depth and dimension to any space. Accented by four distinct finishes, the stunning jewel-like knobs create a sophisticated and timeless look. The classic Satin Nickel finish provides a sleek, lightly brushed, warm grey metallic look. Amerock offers a complete line of decorative and functional cabinet hardware, bath hardware, hook and rail and wall plates.  Amerock’s award-winning decorative and functional hardware solutions have built the company’s reputation for chic design accessories that inspire homeowners to express their personal style. Available in a variety of finishes and styles, Amerock offers high quality designs at affordable prices. Always Creating. Always Timeless. Always Amerock.

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$7.10
-$2.22(-24%)



Dialogue
Dialogue
Dialogue, the 2017 album by Aaron Abernathy, sees the artist presenting his side of the story in nine interwoven tracks. The album marks a distinctly different conceptual approach, where the artist lays flat his vulnerabilities as an American black man in 2017, discussing hot-button issues of economics, segregation, and racial politics. Dialogue was composed, produced, and arranged by Abernathy, and creates a modern take of the classic soul sounds of the 1970s, with a nod to the socially conscious themes found on albums such as Marvin Gaye's What's Going On, Sly & The Family Stone's There's a Riot Goin On, or Curtis Mayfield's eponymous debut album. Nine songs are sequenced and mixed to flow together seamlessly, and Abernathy's skills as a producer bring a consistency despite varied tempos and moods. That same variation can be found in the topical lyricism. Dialogue reveals the complex contradictions of a proud artist. A man proud of his upbringing and heritage despite the adversities he faces being black in America. A man proud of his country while still feeling oppressed by it. A man proud of the faith that brings him endless optimism, allowing him to endure the struggle of finding his place in a society where every path moves uphill. An artist proud to reflect the times by injecting social commentary into soul music in the 21st Century, to carry the torch previously held by his greatest influences.

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$13.98



And the Walls Came Tumbling Down: Greatest Closing Arguments Protecting Civil Liberties
And the Walls Came Tumbling Down: Greatest Closing Arguments Protecting Civil Liberties
The second volume in a must-have trilogy of the best closing arguments in American legal history Every day, Americans enjoy the freedom to decide what we do with our property, our bodies, our speech, and our votes. However, the rights to these freedoms have not always been guaranteed. Our civil rights have been assured by cases that have produced monumental shifts in America's cultural, political, and legal landscapes. And the Walls Came Tumbling Down showcases eight of the most exciting closing arguments in civil law -- from the Amistad case, in which John Quincy Adams brought the injustice of slavery to the center stage of American politics, to the Susan B. Anthony decision, which paved the way to success for women's suffrage, to the Larry Flynt trial, in which the porn king became an unlikely champion for freedom of speech. By providing historical and biographical details, as well as the closing arguments themselves, Lief and Caldwell give readers the background necessary to fully understand these important cases, bringing them vividly to life.

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$20.36
-$6.59(-24%)



Partners to History: Martin Luther King Jr., Ralph David Abernathy, and the Civil Rights Movement
Partners to History: Martin Luther King Jr., Ralph David Abernathy, and the Civil Rights Movement
Ralph David Abernathy and Martin Luther King Jr. were inseparable and together helped to establish what would become the modern American Civil Rights Movement. They preached, marched, and were frequently jailed together. Donzaleigh Abernathy, Ralph’s youngest daughter, has written Partners to History as a testament to the courage, strength, and endurance of these men who stirred a nation with their moral fortitude. She also pays tribute to the thousands of unsung heroes—the other partners to this history—who were foot soldiers in the endless struggle for freedom, justice, and equality. This document captures in words and pictures how the dream of two visionaries changed the course of American history and inspired the world. Partners to History is a unique look at a troubling time, and its usage of dramatic—and personal—photographs, combined with the voices of King and Abernathy, seamlessly conveys the fears, frustrations, and pain of the long days and nights spent planning the many crusades. Donzaleigh Abernathy’s recollections provide personal insight from someone who lived through the tumult and witnessed firsthand the relationship of these lifelong friends. “People didn’t know Daddy and Uncle Martin,” she writes. “They know the legends. They don’t know the fathers, the husbands, the men, the human beings. I feel obliged to tell the beautiful stories of these beautiful men I lived with and loved.”Chronicling the crucial events of the movement, from the early strategy sessions in the homes of integrationists and the Montgomery Bus Boycott to Birmingham, the Freedom Riders, and the March on Washington, the author provides a unique insider’s perspective. With heart-wrenching precision, she lays bare the horrifying deaths of four little girls in the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church and follows the search for three murdered civil rights workers in Philadelphia, Mississippi. She goes behind the scenes to the intimate moments and reveals the determination of two families caught up in the fight for equal rights. King and Abernathy believed in a cause and laid their lives on the line time and time again, knowing deep in their hearts that they were working not only for their people, but for the good of all humankind. When, on April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, Ralph David Abernathy vowed to persevere and continue their dream, knowing that people could not be free until the walls came tumbling down. Inspirational and beautifully illustrated, Partners to History reveals the remarkable relationship between two great leaders and serves as a reminder and tribute to this tumultuous era.

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Only Abernathy Babies Look This Good: Infant Rabbit Skins Lap Shoulder Creeper
Only Abernathy Babies Look This Good: Infant Rabbit Skins Lap Shoulder Creeper
A staple in any baby's wardrobe! Express your baby's individuality (and yours too!) with a short sleeve one piece from Rabbit Skins.

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$20.97



Funko POP Television Westworld Dolores Abernathy Action Figure
Funko POP Television Westworld Dolores Abernathy Action Figure
From Westworld, Dolores Abernathy, as a stylized POP vinyl from Funko! Figure stands 3 3/4 inches and comes in a window display box. Check out the other Westworld figures from Funko! Collect them all!.

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$14.95


 
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