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2012 Spirit of Black Paris Calendar
Walking the Spirit Tours
Walking The Spirit Tours is proud to publish the first ever calendar featuring the African-American experience in Paris. The 12-month format features full-page images of frameable, original art plus important dates, historical details.

- Connect with African-American history in Paris everyday.
- Enjoy original artwork by a Paris-based artist.
- Improve your knowledge of Black Paris effortlessly.
- Stimulate conversation in the classroom, at home, at the workplace.
- Inspirational learning tool for all ages.
- Invaluable keepsake resource all year long and beyond.

Dimensions: 11 x 17 inches open.


Special Black History Month Price: $19.99 $14.99 + shipping/handling (starts at $8.40).
Shipped by Canada Post 7-10 day letter mail.
If you prefer UPS 3-day service (from $22), please email us.


Have a question?
Email us: info@walkingthespirit.com
What They're Saying About The Calendar

"It's wonderful!  The paintings are great -- alive and evocative and very witty.  We congratulate you for your excellent design and your astute texts about the people depicted in the paintings -- Josephine Baker and James Baldwin and Miles Davis and other famous African Americans in Paris, of course, but also talented but less famous ones such as Meta Vaux Warrick, Beauford Delaney, Ed Clark and some of the other artists.  Your noting of important events for African Americans associated with Paris on the dates that they happened is welcome too.  VERY GOOD WORK!  We will get great pleasure from it all year."
David Burke, author of
Writers In Paris

"What a great way to ring in 2012! My family absolutely loved Ealy Mays' gorgeous artwork and enjoyed flipping through the calendar's pages, picking up new facts about the African-American legends featured within. And having just moved to the Paris area this year, I find that it brings black history to life for me in an especially meaningful way!"
Maureen Jenkins, Journalist, Blogger