Autobiographies by Americans of Color 1980-1994: An Annotated Bibliography
"There have been twice as many autobiographies published in the first five years of the 1990s as were published in the first five years of the 1980s, and a number of these are narratives written by American men and women of color. . . . Because it facilitates access to a variety of American voices, it is recommended for high-school, public, and academic libraries as a collection-building as well as a reference tool."BOOKLIST
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