We Were There
Voices of African American Veterans from World War II to the War in Iraq
We Were There is a book composed of intimate portraits and short stories written by Yvonne Latty of 28 African American veterans who served in wars from World War II through Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Images in this gallery is a selection from the book, published by HarperCollins / Amistad in 2004, and exhibition display of the traveling exhibition which debuted at
the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.
Havana, A Place Out of Time
Twenty six page Exhibition Catalog
published by Sande Webster Gallery, 2000
The Family of Black America
Text by Michael H. Cottman, Edited by Deborah Willis
Published 1996 by Crown Trade Paperbacks
Excerpts from the Book: The Family of Black America. Like the Family of Man, the appeal of this book is its depiction of the many faces of African American families from the 1920s to today as photographed by master black photographers and promising contemporary ones. A collection of beautiful and expressive images, these photos show the spirit of the subject, while the text captures it in words.