Jump for Joy by Gena Caponi-Tabery "In this book, Gena Caponi-Tabery chronicles these triumphs and shows how [African Americans] shaped American music, sports, and dance of the 1930s and beyond. But she also shows how they emboldened ordinary African Americans to push for greater recognition and civil liberties—how cultural change preceded and catalyzed political action." (from website description)
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I like the angle of that shot. A photographer captured not only the girl on the front but also an emotin on the girl's face on the background. It is a good example hor to get a good shots of everyone who is in the picture.
how about extreme strength?? "I've Never Felt So Aliiiiiiiiive"...Splat...