One of 20th Century America’s greatest literary voices, James Baldwin and his work are garnering renewed interest, thanks in part to the Oscar®-nominated documentary, I Am Not Your Negro, which should be opening at a cinema near you soon (if it hasn’t already). The trailer is below a companion volume for the film is now available fom Vintage Books, home to much of the author’s backlist, including Go Tell It on the Mountain, Tell Me How Long the Train’s Been Gone, and The Fire Next Time. Baldwin’s literary work has also been issued by the prestigious Library of America in three essential volumes.
Fantasy; I have a black character that likes to sing and, in the book, he's introduced while singing as he walks along because it allowed some nice showing of how cold it was and I know how stereotypes work and I looked through everything but I was wondering if it was harmful, or could be harmful? (The song he sings is a bit foreshadowing)