Black joy, edited by Jay David.
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Van Ness stacks
|E185.5 .A22 1971||Available||Request|
Founders Library stacks
|E185.5 A22 1971||Available||Request|
African Americans -- Biography.
African Americans -- History.
African Americans -- Social conditions.
244 p. 23 cm.
From Narrative of the life of Frederic Douglass, an American slave, written by himself.--From The life and adventures of Deadwood Dick written by himself (Nat Love).--From Running a thousand miles for freedom, by W. Craft.--From Up from slavery, by B. T. Washington.--A Negro love song, by P. L. Dunbar.--From The autobiography of an ex-colored man, by J. W. Johnson.--From Jelly Roll Morton remembers, by F. Morton.--From The big Sea, by L. Hughes.--From The autobiography of W. E. B. DuBois.--The Black finger, by A. Grimké.--The gilded six-bits and High John de Conquer, by Z. N. Hurston.--The Negro speaks of rivers, by L. Hughes.--From The boy who painted Christ Black, by J. H. Clarke.--The dark side of Hopkinsville, by T. Poston.--Home thoughts, by C. McKay.--The pocketbook game, by A. Childress.--From It's good to be Black, by R. Goodwin.--Old man Cassius, by Muhammad Ali.--From From the Back of the bus, by D. Gregory.--From His eye is on the sparrow, by E. Waters.--How to hail a cab in New York, by G. Cambridge.--The emancipation of George-Hector (a colored turtle), by M. E. Evans.
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