The African American Almanac

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Brigham Narins
Cengage Gale, 2007 - Reference - 1468 pages
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The African American Almanac provides a range of historical and current information on African American history, society and culture and includes coverage of such topics as Africa and the African diaspora; film and television; landmarks; national organizations; population; religion; science and technology; sports; and more. Users will also find chronologies, texts of important documents, legislation, speeches, biographical profiles, essays, and approximately 600 photographs, illustrations, maps and statistical charts (from 2000 U.S. census data) and more recent reports to help them with their research. A bibliography lists more than 300 books and online resources for further study. Includes a cumulative subject index.

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Andrew P. Jackson is Executive Director at Queens Library s Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center.

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