About the Book
This is truly a one of a kind coffee table book!
Roots of My Black America; A Charleston Plantation began as a travel journal from the summer of 2005. This book is undoubtedly a ground-breaking work of art with it's colorful images, history, and first hand experiences!
The distinguished author and publisher,
Azaan Kamau takes us on a prolific journey
back in time.
This is a hauntingly beautiful masterpiece that leaves you hungry for more! This breath-taking book is packed with Azaan's amazing brilliant images, Her very personal journal entries about slavery, the plantation, facts, and a few unexpected surprises!
Roots of My Black America; A Charleston Plantation is guaranteed to make you think, empower and inspire you.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Oct 02, 2009
- Language English
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