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In Search of Black America, Discovering the African-American Dream - Unabridged Audio Book on Tape

Dent, David J.

ISBN 10: 0788751204 / ISBN 13: 9780788751202
Published by Recorded Books, Griot Audio, Prince Frederick, MD, 2007
Used Condition: Near Fine Soft cover
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This unabridged audio book has 12 cassette tapes in near fine condition with a library's initials stamped onto each tape. The plastic case is in very good condition with some stickers and a clear plastic pocket on it. This book is narrated by Dion Graham and lasts about 16.5 hours. Bookseller Inventory # 004501

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Title: In Search of Black America, Discovering the ...

Publisher: Recorded Books, Griot Audio, Prince Frederick, MD

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: audio cassette plastic box

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Edition: Unabridged Audio Book on Tape.

Book Type: Audio Cassette Ex-Library

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Exposing myths and exploding stereotypes, In Search of Black America is a landmark work that looks at the lives of African Americans throughout the United States. David Dent, a noted journalist and professor, set out on a cross-country road trip into the heart of black America with stops in Detroit; Washington, D.C.; Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Gallipolis, Ohio; Seattle, Washington; Hampton, Virginia; and many other places, including Lawnside, New Jersey, a historically black town with strong roots and ties to the Underground Railroad. This book is the result of his five-year odyssey, which took him and his tape recorder to upscale art galleries, schools, bowling alleys, formal balls, college campuses, fishing trips, mansions, summer homes, ranches, rodeos, and many more places -- well off the beaten path. What he discovered not only contradicts most of the common stereotypes about black America prevalent in today's popular media but uncovers new truths about African-Americana. Candid and honest, controversial and pragmatic, In Search of Black America is written with journalistic fervor, and will change the way people view this piece of America that is often over-looked and little understood.

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