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Talking Drums: An African-American Quote Collection

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Informative, inspiring, humorous, and fascinating quotes on everything from ability to love to youth, all from a historical African-American perspective-- Talking Drums is one of the most extensive collections of African-American statements to ever appear in book form. Over 75 subject categories, alphabetically arranged, contain memorable quotes from over 300 people.
Paperback, 177 pages
Published February 1st 1996 by St. Martin's Press (first published February 1st 1995)
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Anita Doreen Diggs was born and raised in New York City. She is the eldest of two children and attended local public schools. Ms. Diggs started her book publishing career in 1989 as Executive Secretary to the CEO of New American Library (now part of Penguin Books USA). Following that job, she worked as a book publicist for Dutton Books for 3 years before quitting to write.