6 edition of Songs of My People: African-Americans found in the catalog.
Songs of My People: African-Americans
by Little Brown & Co (T)
Written in English
|Contributions||Eric Easter (Editor), Dudley M. Brooks (Editor), D. Michael Cheers (Editor), Sylvester Monroe (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||209|
Black History Meets Black Music: 'Blues People' At created a new American musical genre and turned "Negroes" into "African Americans" in the put my book down in his book. Pages in category "Books about African-American history" The following 96 pages are in this category, out of 96 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
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Songs of My People: African Americans: A Self-Portrait Paperback – February 1, by Eric Easter (Author), Dudley M. Brooks (Author) out of 5 stars 19 ratingsCited by: 1.
Songs of My People: African-Americans: A Self Portrait. Hardcover – February 1, by Eric Easter (Editor), D. Michael Cheers (Editor), Dudley M. Brooks (Editor), Sylvester Monroe (Editor) & 1 more. out of 5 stars 14 ratings.
See all formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions/5(8). The use of black and white photographs forces you to wonder what each people might have been thinking about when the photographer took the picture.
The emotions - the joy, the dreams deferred, the sorrow, the hope, the anticipation From the east coast to the west coast and many cities (large and small) in between, we are given an opportunity to /5. Fifty African-American photojournalists open a "revelatory window to a world of pulsing blackness" with photographs of Black culture, from the Mississippi cotton fields to the New York Stock Exchange.
Songs of my people: African Americans, a self-portrait. [Eric Easter; D Michael Cheers; Dudley M Brooks; Sylvester Monroe;] -- Edited by Eric Easter, D.
Michael Cheers, and Dudley M. Brooks: Introduction by Gordon Parks ; essays by Sylvester Monroe. Book Songs of My People: African Americans A Self-Portrait () Dudley M. Brooks; Eric Easter; D.
Michael Cheers, San Jose State University; Abstract. A historic photo documentary of the world of African Americans, this is a self-portrait seen through the eyes and lenses of a rare assemblage of some of the nation's best black photojournalists.
New song in a strange land [A missy can't know -- Guinea grain -- Peaches and doilies -- Tangala Guana days -- Ju-ju before dinner -- Drumbeats of hunger -- Poor boy looks at our culture -- The path goes under my feet -- A head grows proper -- Wooden bowls and spoons -- The mask of the Gris-Gris Zo -- Quay-Quay and Sahda -- The twisted iron money -- A Mano goes to his people -- And so what.
“When I was a child in Canton, MS, my people sang the songs of faith. I learned them from my grandfather and Mama Tolliver and Mrs. Garrett who were slaves. I learned them from my mother and Mother Rica and Earnest Garrett and Mrs. Ward and countless others, songs of Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Noah, Moses, David and Jesus.
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Songs of My People was a book, exhibition and multimedia project created and edited by organizers Eric Easter, Dudley M. Brooks and D. Michael Cheers. The book was published in February by Little, Brown, with an introduction by famed African American photographer Gordon Parks.
The project was named after an essay by Paul Robeson. Songs of My People, African-Americans: A Self-Portrait by Eric Easter, D.
Michael Cheers and Dudley M. Brooks is a heartwarming collection of photographs about life and living. It has been said by many that “ a picture speaks a thousand words,” and no truer statement was made evident by the photographs in this book.
Lift Every Voice and Sing Many people are surprised to learn that "Lift Every Voice and Sing" was first written as a poem. Created by James Weldon Johnson, it was performed for the first time by. Febru By Julyssa Lopez. In the early s, thousands of African American photographers set out into their communities with cameras in their hands.
Their task was to tell stories of black life and culture for a book and art exhibition called “Songs of My People: African Americans: A Self Portrait.”. "Songs of My People" does not pretend to provide an objective analysis of the many problems faced by American blacks. Instead it offers a determinedly uplifting, even celebratory, picture.
Genre/Form: Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Johnson, Charles Bertram. Songs of my people.
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"Songs of My People" was the brainchild of three young men who created a company, New African Visions, to promote this new image of black America. The group has a. Songs of My People: A Collection of Photographs from the Museum of Art and Archaeology Songs of My People was conceived by D.
Michael Cheers (a photographer, journalist, and documentary filmmaker), Dudley M. Brooks (an award-winning photographer), and Eric Easter (a writer, producer, and media consultant). 15 Top Civil Rights Songs – Common ft. John Legend ‘Glory’ is a collaborative track by John Legend along with rapper Common from the soundtrack of the film song.
Eric Easter & Dudley M. Brooks SONGS OF MY PEOPLE African Americans: a Self-Portrait 1st Edition 3rd Printing Softcover Boston Little Brown & Co Very Good in Seller Rating: % positive.
Haven't read it myself, but going by the description, her book The Secret Life of Bees (#22) is about African Americans, which, judging from the title of this Listopia, is undoubtedly why it is on this list.
The Keepers of the House (#) is probably there for the same reason. “Songs of My People: African Americans, a Self Portrait” featured a wide-range of powerful images documenting triumphant strides and unrelenting strife, and everything in between.
Gordon Parks, Roland Freeman, Howard Bingham, Chester Higgins Jr., and Ron Caesar, are among the contributors.African American music cannot be separated from the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the forced transportation of millions of African people across the Atlantic who were then enslaved. The cultures from which they were torn and the conditions into which they were forced both contributed to the sounds of African American music.