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This book tells the story of the African American experience from 1632-present through original art, artifacts, and historical documents. One of the few published works that includes many overlooked and often untold stories of African American achievement and contribution, The Kinsey Collection includes works of art by important African American artists such as Romare Bearden, Elizabeth Catlett, Sam Gilliam, Artis Lane, William H. Johnson and Henry O. Tanner; as well as historical documents from the seventeeth century and artifacts by Frederick Douglass, Phyllis Wheatley, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Alain Locke, Malcolm X and many others. This incredible book serves as the companion to The Kinsey Collection exhibit. The Kinsey Collection exhibit and book has been adopted by the Florida Department of Education to teach African American history for grades K-12 throughout the state.

192 pages | 9 x 6 1/2 | © 2013

History: American History

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