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From the Apollo Theater to the Harlem Renaissance, from barber shop and beauty shop culture to African American holidays, family reunions, and festivals, and from the days of black baseball to the era of a black president, the culture of African Americans is truly unique and diverse. This diversity is the result of intricate customs forged in tightly woven communities--not ...more
Hardcover, 1733 pages
Published December 17th 2010 by Greenwood (first published January 1st 2010)
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Smith, J.C. (Ed.). (2010). Encyclopedia of african-amercian popular culture. Westport, CT: Green Publishing.
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Encyclopedia
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973
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This current encyclopedia contains more than 600 articles on African-Americans in popular culture, including athletes, singers, and authors.
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Stratton, S. (2011, May 1). [Review of the book Encyclopedia of african-amercian popular culture]. Booklist Online. Retrieved from http://www.booklistonline.
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Most info from author interview at http://www.visionaryproject.org/smith... : Dr. Jessie Carney Smith was born September 14, 1930 in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Dr. Smith has won many honors and awards, including the National Women's Book Association Award in 1992 and the Martin Luther King Black Authors Award in 1982. Her most recent include the National Coalition of 100 Black Women's Candace Awa
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