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The autobiography of an ex-colored man

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Johnson, the first black executive of the NAACP and an active civil-rights campaigner, provides an autobiographical account of living as a white man, although by heritage and experience he is an African American. He is also the author of "God's Trombones" and "Along This Way".

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Newark Public Library FIC JOH (Text)
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07/28/2020
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Record details

  • ISBN: 0140184023
  • ISBN: 9780140184020
  • Physical Description: xxxiv, 158 pages ; 20 cm.
  • Publisher: London : Penguin, 1990.

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Summary, etc.:
Johnson, the first black executive of the NAACP and an active civil-rights campaigner, provides an autobiographical account of living as a white man, although by heritage and experience he is an African American. He is also the author of "God's Trombones" and "Along This Way".
Target Audience Note:
1100 L Lexile
Subject: African American men > Fiction.


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