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The Wall of Respect: Public Art and Black Liberation in 1960s Chicago

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The Wall of Respect: Public Art and Black Liberation in 1960s Chicago is the first in-depth, illustrated history of a lost Chicago monument.

At the intersection of African American culture, politics, and Chicago art history, The Wall of Respect offers, in one keepsake-quality work, an unsurpassed collection of images and essays that illuminate a powerful monument that continues to fascinate artists, scholars, and readers in Chicago and across the United States.

Author(s):  Abdul Akalimat, Romi Crawford, Rebecca Zorach

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Paperback, Northwestern University Press, 2017
376 p,  7 × 10
 in. 

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