Fighting for Freedom

Fighting for Freedom

National Museum of African American History and Culture

Gail Lumet Buckley, Charles F. Bolden

$10.99

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A small book that punches above its weight, loaded with powerful images.

Two provocative essays by leading guest authors.

Fifth in a major series of books based on the remarkable photography archive at the National Museum of American History and Culture, (NMAAHC) part of the Smithsonian Museum.

Part of a growing interest in social photography and reportage.


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Gail Lumet Buckley:
Gail Lumet Buckley is the daughter of Lena Horne, and was married to the director, Sidney Lumet. In 1986 she published a chronicle of her family’s history along with the story of the black middle class in America. Shes is the author of American Patriots and The Black Calhouns.

Charles Frank Bolden, Jr. was the 12th Administrator of NASA, a retired United States Marine Corps Major General, and former NASA astronaut. He was the first African American to head the agency on a permanent basis. Bolden is also the virtual host of the Shuttle Launch Experience attraction at Kennedy Space Center.

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Gail Lumet Buckley is the daughter of Lena Horne, and was married to the director, Sidney Lumet. In 1986 she published a chronicle of her family’s history along with the story of the black middle class in America. Shes is the author of American Patriots and The Black Calhouns.

Charles Frank Bolden, Jr. was the 12th Administrator of NASA, a retired United States Marine Corps Major General, and former NASA astronaut. He was the first African American to head the agency on a permanent basis. Bolden is also the virtual host of the Shuttle Launch Experience attraction at Kennedy Space Center.

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