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Nigger

Author : Dick Gregory
ISBN : 9780671735609
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Presents the autobiography of comedian and civil rights worker Dick Gregory.

Nigger

Author : Dick Gregory
ISBN : 1568491166
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 50. 8 MB
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Nigger

Author : Dick Gregory
ISBN : PSU:000054936010
Genre : African American entertainers
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African-American comedian and political activist Dick Gregory tells his life story up to 1963, describing his poor childhood in St. Louis, Missouri; his rise to fame as a comedian; and his participation in the fight for racial equality, including his arrests.

Dick Gregory S Natural Diet For Folks Who Eat

Author : Dick Gregory
ISBN : 9780060803155
Genre : Medical
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Up From Nigger

Author : Dick Gregory
ISBN : UOM:39015024854203
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Dick Gregory describes the decade in which he evolved from night-club comedian to human-rights crusader, a decade of personal commitment and high adventure

Ain T But A Place

Author : Gerald Lyn Early
ISBN : 1883982286
Genre : History
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Gerald Early writes in the introduction to "Ain't But a Place": An Anthology of African American Writings about St. Louis, "An impressive amount of artistic energy is generated in St. Louis, and the source of a good deal of that energy is its African American citizenry." Although the majority of writers and entertainers left St. Louis "to engage their muse and quarrel with American culture from another location," the experience gained from the St. Louis region has remained prominent in the expressions. "Ain't But a Place" captures voices that comprise the African American experience in St. Louis over the past two hundred years. This rich collection spans a variety of genres to include the words of such notables as freed slaves and abolitionists William Wells Brown and Lucy Delaney, sports greats Bob Gibson, Henry Armstrong, and Jackie Joyner Kersee; entertainers Dick Gregory, Miles Davis, Chuck Berry, and Tina Turner; and writers Eddy Harris, Ntozake Shange, Quincy Troupe, and Eugene Redmond. "Ain't But a Place" makes ideal reading for the student of African American culture, as well as anyone interested in the formative experiences of some of this regions most influential individuals.

Dick Gregory S Bible Tales With Commentary

Author : Dick Gregory
ISBN : 0812861949
Genre : Bible
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Contemporary commentaries humorously interpret stories in the Old and New Testaments

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