By James L. Conyers
The chapters during this textual content include biographical sketches of formerly unknown (or lesser recognized) African-Americans, between them common Daniel Chappie James Jr; William Levi Dawson (composer); Vinnette Carroll (director and playwright); and Elizabeth Ross Haynes (political speaker and activist).
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Black Lives: Essays in African American Biography by James L. Conyers
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