Black Heroes: Seven Plays
Hal Leonard Corporation, 1989 - Drama - 426 pages
(Applause Books). Collected here for the first time are plays many of which have been unavailable for decades which pronounce a black American struggle for freedom, advancement and equality from the days of slavery to the era of civil rights. Includes: Emperor of Haiti by Langston Hughes; Nat Turner by Randolph Edmonds; In Splendid Error by William Branch; Harriet Tubman by May Miller; Paul Robeson by Phillip Hayes Dean; I, Marcus Garvey by Edgar White; and Roads of the Mountain Top by Roy Milner.
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EMPEROR OF HAITI
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AND THE CAPTIVITY OF BABYLON
PHILLIP HAYES DEAN
A Portrait of Dr Martin Luther King Jr
A play in Three Acts
FREDERICK DOUGLASS 18171895
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