By Tavis Smiley,Smiley Books

ISBN-10: 1401924050

ISBN-13: 9781401924058

ISBN-10: 1401924107

ISBN-13: 9781401924102

the US i'm: The African American Imprint, a countrywide touring museum exhibition, used to be conceived by way of award-winning broadcaster and bestselling writer Tavis Smiley as a extraordinary multi-media adventure that chronicles the exact historical past of African americans. This superbly conceived better half quantity addresses the significant topic of the exhibition, posed via W. E. B. Du Bois: "Would the USA were the USA with no her Negro people?" via unparalleled photographic photos and penetrating phrases, the US i'm Legends captures the dynamism of seventy eight mythical African americans, highlighting the indelible imprint each one has made at the usa and the realm. a press release illuminating a different point of every iconic determine— made by way of the legend or by way of an individual wearing on their legacy today—portrays the imaginative and prescient and contribution of every topic. even if black creative genius, athletic excellence, political management, or the fight to carry the USA actual to its promise, every one legend reminds us that the US will be unrecognizable with no its African American imprint. the USA i'm Legends takes us on an unforgettable trip to the guts of the yank experience.

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