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Blackbirds: volume 1

Coleman, Andr?

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ISBN 10: 0977379213 / ISBN 13: 9780977379217
Published by Razor7 Pub, Altadena, 2007
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[vi] 201p., foreword, preface, prologue, personal inscription signed by the author, corners bumped otherwise a very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj. First in a proposed 5-volume series of novels on the Black experience from Jim Crow 1950s to the King Assassination. Bookseller Inventory # 190413

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Title: Blackbirds: volume 1

Publisher: Razor7 Pub, Altadena

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Set in the small Southern town of Dernier, Louisiana, during the Jim Crow era, "Blackbirds: Volume 1" tells the story of one summer in the lives of 16-year-old Joshua McCray, his siblings Lincoln and Rita and their parents Robert and Leona - The book is the first in a five volume set following one family from 1955-1970 as they struggle with race, justice, loss and the pain of growing up.

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André Coleman has worked as a professional and freelance reporter for almost 20 years. His work has appeared in Black Voice News, the Daily News, the Burbank Leader, LA CityBeat, LA ValleyBeat, Out Front Magazine and the Pasadena Star-News. A lifelong resident of Altadena, CA. in 1998 he optioned his first screenplay. Currently he is the city reporter for the Pasadena Weekly. "I love the freedom of working for an alternative paper. People read it. At just about every daily paper, circulation is down. Most of them just regurgitate press releases and CNN, and even if they break it CNN will kill them on the follow-up story and give it more coverage in 24 hours than they can in a week. The alternatives are the voice of the people and cover the news CNN and the daily papers are afraid to touch." Coleman currently appears, and occasionally hosts, the political television show Newsrap on Thursday nights, and can be heard from 6 to 7 p.m. Sunday nights on the radio show Barry Gordon from Left Field with longtime actor and talk show host Barry Gordon. He is hard at work on his next novel, which should be out in the next two years Since childhood Coleman has had a love for books, art and film. He got real life lessons in politics in 1969 when his family became the first black family to move into an affluent neighborhood and the next year that school district, Pasadena Unified, became the first school district west of the Mississippi forced to implement court ordered busing. Coleman was one of the first children on the bus. "I am the black experience," he said. "From integration to excellence."

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