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150 Years Of Emancipation

150 Years Of Emancipation

In celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Museum Of UnCut Funk sourced a copy of an old Abraham Lincoln / Civil War Comic Book. Would we do it any other way. Hell No!!!

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Blacks, The Military and Comics Books Circa Civil War, 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s

Blacks, The Military and Comics Books Circa Civil War, 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s

 

In a time of debt ceiling debates, federal budget cuts and the possible reduction in US military spending, I thought it would be befitting to highlight some of the koolest military / war related comic books I could find, many of which are archived in the collection of The Museum of UnCut Funk. As I continue to research military comics and their portrayal of Blacks and other minorities, The Museum of Uncut Funk has created an online exhibition of the comic books presented in this blog.

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Veterans Comic Book Exhibition

 

Celebrating Our Black Heroes!

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