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Presented by Heather Martin, MLIS, MA, at the African American Studies Program book fair for Black History Month (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

Presented by Heather Martin, MLIS, MA, at the African American Studies Program book fair for Black History Month (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

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    Connections in Community: African American Authors and the Reading Public Connections in Community: African American Authors and the Reading Public Presentation Transcript

    • Connections in Community: African American Authors and the Reading Public Heather Martin February 6, 2007
    • Connections in Community
      • I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1970)
      • by Maya Angelou
    • Connections in Community
      • “Sympathy” by Paul Laurence Dunbar
    • Connections in Community
      • “Harlem” by Langston Hughes
    • Connections in Community
      • Jackson, Richard. “The Shared Vision of Langston Hughes and Black Hispanic Writers.” Black American Literature Forum (Autumn 1981): 89-92.
    • Connections in Community
      • The Big Sea (1940)
      • by
      • Langston Hughes
    • Connections in Community
      • The Color Purple (1982)
      • by Alice Walker
    • Connections in Community
      • Funnyhouse of a Negro (1964)
      • by Adrienne Kennedy
    • Connections in Community
      • A Raisin in the Sun (1959)
      • by Lorraine Hansberry
    • Connections in Community
      • Kindred (1979)
      • by Octavia Butler
    • Connections in Community
      • John Henry Days (2001)
      • by Colson Whitehead
    • Connections in Community
      • Nappy Hair (1997)
      • by Carolivia Herron
    • Connections in Community
      • The First Part Last (2003)
      • by Angela Johnson
    • Connections in Community
      • “Catalog novels”
      • Urban/Hip Hop Fiction
      • Comics/Graphic novels
    • Connections in Community
      • Boondocks
      • by Aaron McGruder
    • Connections in Community
      • Nat Turner
      • by Kyle Baker
    • Connections in Community
      • Now it’s your turn . . .