Examines the Haitian rebellion, a critical juncture in world history whose significance resonated beyond it natural boundaries as a victory for the fundamental ideals of liberty and equality. This exhibition offers vivid artistic illustrations, as well as accurate historical accounts of the struggles of the enslaved Africans to be free. It is not a popular, sanitized, or politically safe version of history. This title originally accompanied an exhibition at the African American Museum in Philadelphia.
This is a used copy in good condition with some general wear.
By Charles L. Blockson. Paperback. 64 pages. Published by the Donning Company Publishers, 2004.