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The Soul book Soul Black Folk which had only been recently published at the time There is an uncomfortable strain dual consciousness throughout with most authors choosing to carefully avoid making White readers prickly from hints of aggressive agitation The one really bright contribution to me was that of T Thomas Fortune who argues for Black Americans to rally around racial pride as a unifying cause which is no surprise as he was the editor of Marcus Garvey s Negro World I recommend this text to those interested in the progression of Black thought on pathways to progress from slavery to the present Yes the essays are outdated Although obviously works of yesteryear the insights are applicable today and NOT ust for negroes Any individual or people group seeking to raise their standing among humanity would do well to consider the ideas and alternatives conveyed in this collection Booker T Washington brilliant Read for personal research found this book s contents helpful and inspiringA good book for the researcher and enthusiast. Segregation and the hypocrisy of American values in post Civil War South Du Bois talks about an elite 10% of African Americans who would influence the entire race.

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Interesting read A small window into what to do after slavery He discusses how status uo and hew education are at odds with each other This is a must read He discusses how status uo and hew education are at odds with each other This is a must read every Black person or anyone who desires a post Race America It took me so long to read it because it triggered so many debates within as the contributors went from calling out institutional racism in America to celebrating Black people who excelled in spite and from there to calling out Black people for their own independent shortcomings A great book I ve started reading this it s good I don t know what I was supposed to get out of this but the Fact That Nothing Seems To that nothing seems to changed and we are being made to believe our situation is because of our own flaws as a group and that it would be ridiculous to think slavery and all the conseuences has nothing to do with it is All Roads Lead Home just depressing This didn t make me feel good There were some point I had not considered but the fact remains that they areust as much true now as then which brings me to the conclusion that there really hasn t been much progress ust. One hundred years ago a group of accomplished African American writers complied this work including articles on what was then considered the Negro Problem Booker. ,
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of perspective Great is My First Toe Reading first toe reading a skewing of perspective Great ReadThis is my first toe reading a about the past I m astonished It made me hopeful and full of pride for the Negro It commanded change in myself and the way I view my education I would definitely recommend everyone to read this book This is a noteworthy assembly of essays written by a collection of important leaders scholars about the condition of Black Americans Written at an important historical crossroad in Black American history a few generations after slavery but facing a new 20th Century while Blacks remained wedged at the very bottom of society with little sign of relief from broad intractable racism throughout society and government You feel the enthusiasm from all the authors which includes some born into slavery to explain the cause of the condition and to offer answers These answers reflect the general themes of education and industrial solutions but without the strain of disagreement often cited among these camps It s neat to read references to contemporary events that later became historical. T Washington discusses industrial education Chesnutt was an early pioneer is writing about African American folklore and racial identity He wrote about lynchings. ,

The Negro Problem