P. S. Eriksson, 1969 - African American children - 60 pages
Brief but powerful collection of racial "observations" written during the turbulent 60s.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - janeyiaC - LibraryThing
Black Misery is about seeing through eyes and feelings of a Black child living in times where elements of racism was a norm in the United States. I think this book would be great for fourth graders ... Read full review
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Echoing "Happiness Is . . . " Langston Hughes looks at what is misery. Though dated, this book makes some very clear points about being African-American in the U.S. It also looks at the world through ... Read full review