Rosa Parks, putting an end to segregation
ISBN: 9782376060444
Publication: May. 31, 2017
48 pages
105 × 150 mm
Black and white drawings
FBP: 7.50 €
Fondation Lilian Thurmam

Rosa Parks, putting an end to segregation

Gopal Dagnogo, Thierry Heuninck
Rosa was born in Alabama in 1913. Alabama was a segregated state in the South of the United States: a strange world severed in two. White and black people lived side by side without commingling.
On December 1st 1955, Rosa Parks says no to racism in her own way.
  • Gopal Dagnogo is a painter. He nourishes his work from combinations, readings, and the diversity that he encounters during his travels between Africa, Europe, and Asia.  In the “Seeds and Guides” collection, he has illustrated the title on Sitting Bull, Miriam Makeba, Alexandra David-Néel, as well as that on Léon-Gontran Damas.

  • Thierry Heuninck Thierry Heuninck has held the position of publisher and publishing director in various companies. He has notably created the collection « Interpreters-Creators » for the Josette Lyon’s Publishers, a collection of biographies of exceptional artists  (instrumentalists, singers). Titles : Clara Haskil, Leonard Bernstein, Vladimir Horowitz, Alfred Deller, Régine Crespin…