Nigger: An Autobiography
Washington Square Press, published by Pocket Books, 1986 - African American entertainers - 209 pages
African-American comedian and political activist Dick Gregory tells his life story up to 1963, describing his poor childhood in St. Louis, Missouri; his rise to fame as a comedian; and his participation in the fight for racial equality, including his arrests.
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Dick Gregory, born 1932 in St. Louis, single mother. This is an autobiography of a starved track star, smoking nutritionist, spontaneous "current events" commentator, devoted family man and night ... Read full review
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