Black images in the American Theater by Leonard C. Archer. This book was a library book that was donated. In modern terms the so-called Negro problem is largely a problem of image. The nature, direction and rate of change for the race is determined not only by what the black man is and does, but also by what the dominant majority believes him to be. With a preface by Henry Lee Moon, editor of the Crisis, Black Images in the American Theater Bridges a gap in black history that is both wide and deep. The black image itself is what is communicated on the stage and screen, but the strength and dimension of the image is rooted in the NAACP and its drive to present...
Black Images in the American Theater by Leonard C. Archer
SKU: SBN 8181-02969