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‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies | Dangerous Minds

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies | Dangerous Minds

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies | Dangerous Minds

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies | Dangerous Minds

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies | Dangerous Minds

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies | Dangerous Minds

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism.   The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies | Dangerous Minds

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies | Dangerous Minds

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies | Dangerous Minds

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies | Dangerous Minds

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies | Dangerous Minds

‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

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‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

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‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…

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‘Separate Cinema’: Unsettling and gorgeous posters from the age of segregated movies

Birthright, 1939. A black Harvard graduate confronts racism. The images on this page come from a remarkable book that came out late last year, Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art, by John Duke Kisch; it’s an incredibly wide-ranging look at the posters of “black cinema” writ large, a category that includes not just the “race films” shown here but also Birth of a Nation, earnest Hollywood dramas, The Jazz Singer, Blaxploitation flicks, South African movies addressing…