Little Leaders: Exceptional Men in Black History

Did you know that the father of African cinema started out as a bricklayer? Or that Vogue’s editor-at-large read his first Vogue magazine in a library? In this book, you’ll meet 35 pioneering black men who defied obstacles to pursue their dreams and change people’s lives. Doctor Harold Moody. Diplomat Kofi Annan. Activist Paul Stephenson. Architect Sir David Adjaye. Comic book author Dwayne McDuffie. Legendary musician Prince. Brave black men who went places, broke barriers, shook up the world and made wrong things right.

  • A truly inspiring look at 35 trailblazing black men
  • Informative text and beautiful, stylish colour artwork
  • Inspiring role models from all fields of achievement
  • Tales of beating the odds to make the world better

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