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Martha’s Vineyard: Race, Property and the Power of Place

Martha’s Vineyard: Race, Property and the Power of Place

Author Richard L. Taylor
Publisher Printed on Paige
Publication Date June 2016
Section African American Studies / Boston / Cambridge / New England / Espresso Book Machine Books / Printed Here
Format paperback
ISBN 9780997670400
Richard Taylor, his wife Kathy, and their family have summered on the Vineyard for nearly forty years. Richard shares the reach and depth of his experiences and observations:

“Between the world and me stands Martha’s Vineyard, the immovable foundation built by the vision and values class of African Americans coupled with a small but distinct middle class that held on to the island with an unrelenting grasp while providing a ‘trampoline’ that catapulted the bounce of their children, grandchildren and their progeny well into the second decade of the 21st Century and beyond.”
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