AALBC.com LogoCopyright © 1997-2017, All Rights Reserved — https://aalbc.com — troy@aalbc.com — Tel: 347-692-2522

The Magic Of Juju: An Appreciation Of The Black Arts Movement
by Kalamu ya Salaam



    Publication Date:
    Format: Paperback
    Classification: Nonfiction
    Page Count:
    ISBN13: 9780883781968
    Imprint: Third World Press
    Publisher: Third World Press
    Parent Company: Third World Press

    Book Description: 

    A contextual historical examination of the civil rights movement and the artists who inspired it, this recollection depicts this storied era and how these artists signified the affecting change they helped create. The exploration details the development of the Black Arts Movement from precursor activities such as the Umbra Workshop to transitional activities such as Ntozake Shange's choreopoem "for colored girls who considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf"'and gives in-depth information about the role of prominent poets, such as Amiri Baraka, and the influence of black music.

    More about the Black Art’s Movement



    Tell us what do you think about The Magic Of Juju: An Appreciation Of The Black Arts Movement.










    Vote for Your Favorite Black Author of the 21st Century
    African Men You Should Read 25 African Male Writers You Should Read

    Printed: September 23, 2017, 11:26 pm
    ☆ Mission
    To Celebrate Black Culture Through Literature and Literary Nonfiction to Readers of all Backgrounds and Ages; and Advocate for Independent Media

    ☥ About Us
    Started in 1997, AALBC.com (African American Literature Book Club) is the largest, most frequently visited web site of its kind. More
    Customer Service
    Advertising Rates
    Advertiser Login
    Contact Us – FAQ
    Give Us Feedback
    AALBC on Pinterest AALBC on Facebook AALBC on Twitter
    AALBC RSS Feed AALBC on Youtube Email AALBC