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New York NY 10001
Charles Hull, Managing Director
Prisms in the Looking Glass is the history of the plight of African Americans in the United States early in the twentieth century as told through the experiences of two great artist personalities, one of whom, Paul Robeson, became an important activist and conscience of America.For information contact:
Paul Robeson and Josephine Baker found the honor and celebrity in Europe they should have had in the United States. The romance between them is fictitious yet it afforded me the opportunity to tell their parallel stories in the context of actual historical events.