All a We a One: A Caribbean Scrapbook
Friendship Press, 1993 - History - 79 pages
David P. Young "All a we a one: a Caribbean scrapbook" is the great love for the Caribbean shines through these pages, as author and photographer David Young tries to depict the real Caribbean. The people are wonderful. The variety is endless. And in that variety I have encountered more expressions of human dignity and worth than I ever imagined were possible, he writes. Identity and unity, thoughts and dreams, people, words and music, religious plurality, economic realities, historical roots and future choices. These he depicts in scraps of folktales and speeches, poetry and song, statistics and impressions. His collection of words and photographs portrays many facets of life in the islands as well as the mainland countries of the Caribbean. With Dave Young's eyes, we see and know our neighbors better.
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