W. E. B. Du Bois


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United States civil rights leader and political activist who campaigned for equality for Black Americans (1868-1963)

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The book is divided into four parts and twelve chapters: part 1, "Was W.
Du Bois, "The African Roots of War," Atlantic Monthly 115 (May 1915): 707-08; Gerald Horne, Black and Red: W.
Blight and Robert Gooding-Williams (Boston 1997), 112-5, 136-7, 157, 209-10 note 20; Herbert Aptheker, The Literary Legacy of W.
Du Bois: A Soliloquy on Viewing my Life from the Last Decade of its First Century (New York, 1968); Frederick McKissack, W.
According to Charles Lemert (1994), the legacy of Atlanta University sociology and W.
He is currently at work on a study of socialism in American literature, focusing on W.
James, Claudia Jones, Richard Wright, Benjamin Davis, and W.
In this most recent volume, Raymond Wolters (Keith Professor of History, University of Delaware) dubs W.
In particular, the interaction between the participants of the black movement and African American intellectuals and activists, such as W.
Juxtaposing white supremacist Madison Grant, Irish nationalist Daniel Cohalan, Pan Africanist and anti-racist activist W.
Beyond this, Morrison's inclusion of the juba song at such a grave and desperate section of the novel reinforces the expansive range of emotion harbored within the "sorrow songs" that Douglass and W.
In calling attention to the racialization process within the text, to how the texts and/or the autobiographical subjects become Black, Mostern joins his intellectual touchstone, W.
Gray writes that, according to his family, "the M Street School and W.