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Soul Soldiers

African Americans and the Vietnam Era



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Soul Soldiers by Samuel W. Black
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Even as African American men and women headed to Vietnam to fight for their country and to show their patriotism, they faced racism in the ranks as did their families on the home front. This stunning book, which accompanies a travelling exhibit, looks at Black life through the eyes of vets during the Civil Rights era by bringing together artefacts, poetry, fiction, oral histories, art, and riveting recollections that recall the horrors of war, the complexes of race, and the duality of African American life in America. With a foreword by Albert French, this book captures the spirit of the African American Vietnam experience and highlights the literary expression of Vietnam Vets.
Release date NZ
July 1st, 2002
Country of Publication
United States
35 b/w illus, 1 map
Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania
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