Black disabled art history 101

by Moore, Leroy, 1967-

Format: Print Book [2017]
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Braddock Carnegie Library Non Fiction ART 709.2 MOO
Location  Braddock Carnegie Library
 
Collection  Non Fiction
 
Call Number  ART 709.2 MOO
 
 
Summary
Black disabled and Deaf artists have always existed. They were on street corners down South singing the Blues, spray painting on New York subways, and bringing sign language to the big screen.  Today, young Black disabled artists are finding their own way to the stage and studio, some with a paintbrush in their mouth, like Alana C. Tillman, and some with a drumstick in their hands, like Vita E. Cleveland. As a Black disabled youth in the 1970's and 1980's, I wished that there was a book like the one you are holding now.  No more wishing - the book is here!
Additional Information
Subjects African Americans with disabilities.
Discrimination against people with disabilities.
Artists with disabilities.
Musicians, Black.
Artists, Black.
Publisher San Francisco, CA :[2017]
Edition First edition.
Contributors McClung, Nicola A., editor.
Nusbaum, Emily A., editor.
Language English
Description 111 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm
ISBN 9781942001577
1942001576
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