Songs of My People.
African Americans: A Self-Portrait.
Edited by Eric Easter, D. Michael Cheers, and Dudley M. Brooks. Introduction by Gordon Parks.
Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1992. 209 pp., numerous black-and-white duotones, 10x12".
This beautiful and moving book brings together the work of fifty of some of the nation's best African-American photojournalists to create a vivid self-portrait of African-American culture. The book's rich black-and-white images move across the nation from the cotton fields of Mississippi to the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and seemingly everywhere in between as they cross America. The introduction by Gordon Parks and essays by Sylvester Monroe, Paula Giddings, Nelson George, and Joyce Ladner, Ph.D. complement these amazing and insightful images.
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