It's Life as I See It: Black Cartoonists in Chicago, 1940 - 1980
Edited by Dan Nadel
Between the 1940s and 1980s, Chicago's Black press-from The Chicago Defender to the Negro Digest to self-published pamphlets-was home to some of the best cartoonists in America. Kept out of the pages of white-owned newspapers, Black cartoonists found space to address the joys, the horrors, and the everyday realities of Black life in America.
Published by New York Review of Comics
0.7" x 10.0" x 7.5" / 1.25 lbs