Vintage, signed soft cover copy of John Howard Griffin's book, "Black Like Me". A fascinating account of a white man's journey through the American South as a black man. Griffin colored his skin and assumed a black identity in 1959.
-- Eight original copies of the April 1960 edition of Sepia Magazine with John Howard Griffin on the front cover and his first installment, along with a lot of photographs. Griffin wrote a series of articles abut his experiences for this magazine.
-- 1960 hard cover Catholic Book Club Edition copy of Griffin's book, "Black Like Me."
-- 1992 laserdisc of the 1964 B&W film "BLACK LIKE ME" is 107 minutes. A few quotes from the packaging: "Now I know what it feels like to be black!"; "I changed the color of my skin!"; "It's all true ... every living moment!". Starring James Whitmore as a white man who tries living as a black man to see what it's like. Also starring Will Geer and Roscoe Lee Browne.