Great African Americans in the Arts
One in the GREAT AFRICAN AMERICAN series, with in-depth profiles of African Americans in the arts, among them Debbie Allen, Marian Anderson, Clementine Hunter, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Gordon Parks and Ntozake Shange. Illustrated with 55 colour and black and white photographs, published simultaneously in hardback.
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