Publication gives new life to history of black community in the Twin Cities, August 2018
“It’s a secret history that, for some, wasn’t so secret. Well-worn copies of Walter Scott’s books dating back to 1956 were shelved in personal libraries and laid on coffee tables all over Minneapolis. “Dad always said what he wanted to do was put together a pictoral resume of the Black community, so that the world really could see the accomplishments, the goals, kind of the other side of day to day life,” said Anthony Scott, son of publisher Walter Scott.”
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