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The family of black America

Author: Michael H Cottman; Deborah Willis; Linda Tarrant-Reid
Publisher: New York : Crown Trade Paperbacks, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Celebrate the legacy of the African-American family through photographs by the best black photographers - past and present. As the anniversary of the Million Man March draws near, these photographs symbolize the commitment to family and community made in Washington, D.C., in October 1995. The moving text by Michael Cottman explores the families of men who participated in the March and examines how their lives and
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Genre/Form: Portraits
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Family of black America.
New York : Crown Trade Paperbacks, ©1996
(OCoLC)664776184
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael H Cottman; Deborah Willis; Linda Tarrant-Reid
ISBN: 051788822X 9780517888223
OCLC Number: 35454549
Description: 189 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: James Van Der Zee --
Richard S. Roberts --
Gordon Parks --
Moneta Sleet, Jr. --
John W. Mosley --
Juanita Williams --
Eugene Roquemore --
Robert Whitby --
Stephen Marc --
Roland Freeman --
Mel Wright --
William E. Lathan --
Lou Jones --
Marvin Edwards --
Dawoud Bey --
Mei Tei Sing Smith --
Lonnie Graham --
Carrie Mae Weems --
Roland Charles --
Winston Kennedy --
Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe --
Chester Higgins, Jr. --
Hank Sloane Thomas --
John Pinderhughes --
Radcliffe Bailey --
Lester Sloan --
Jeffrey Henson Scales --
David "Oggi" Ogburn --
Accra Shepp --
Clarissa Sligh --
Ron Tarver --
Wendel A. White.
Responsibility: text by Michael H. Cottman ; photo editor, Deborah Willis ; research by Linda Tarrant-Reid.
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Celebrate the legacy of the African-American family through photographs by the best black photographers - past and present. As the anniversary of the Million Man March draws near, these photographs symbolize the commitment to family and community made in Washington, D.C., in October 1995. The moving text by Michael Cottman explores the families of men who participated in the March and examines how their lives and commitments have been strengthened and affirmed by that.

Empowering experience. This book is a testimonial to the grandparents and parents, aunts and uncles, sisters and brothers, cousins and children who are the black family of America today.

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