IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas
Paperback – Illustrated, October 26, 2009
Throughout American history, people of combined African and Native American descent have often struggled for acceptance, not only from dominant cultures but also from their own communities. In this collection of twenty-seven groundbreaking essays, authors from across the Americas explore the complex personal histories and contemporary lives of people wth a dual heritage that has rarely received attention as part of the multicultural landscape.
Illustrated with seventy-five paintings, photographs, and drawings, the book brings to light an epic but little-known part of American history that speaks to present-day struggles for racial identity and understanding.
Author: Tayac, Gabrielle (EDT)
Publisher: Random House Inc
Publication Date: 2009/11/10
Number of Pages: 256
Binding Type: PAPERBACK
Library of Congress: 2009034290