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1.The Negro Novel: Richard Wright

RICHARD WRIGHT, a Mississippi-born Negro, has written a blinding and corrosive study in hate. It is a novel entitled Native Son. The race hatred of his hero, Bigger Thomas, is directed with equal ...

From : The Atlantic

2.The Negro of Peter the Great

His release had energised him, and as if to mark a new chapter in his life he began writing his novel The Negro of Peter the Great. He had been thinking about a project involving Abram (in the novel, ...

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3.The Negro Motorist Green Book

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From : Wikiwand

4.The Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers, Vol. VII

The publication of Volume VII marks the completion of the American series of The Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers. This final book in the seven-volume set charts the ...

From : University of California Press

5.Destroying Racial Stereotypes

The Negro Revolution and civil rights in general have been so exhaustively discussed and analyzed during the past year that many people will greet yet another book on the Negro with little interest.

From : The Harvard Crimson

6.Abandoning the Black Hero: Sympathy and Privacy in the Postwar African American White-Life Novel

1 “I’m Regarded Fatally as a Negro Writer”: Mid-Twentieth-Century Racial Discourse and the Rise of the White-Life Novel 1 “I’m Regarded Fatally ... 158-181) 6 The Unfinished Project of Western ...

From : JSTOR

7.Negroes With Guns

the Negro community may well erupt. The book that has most directly influenced people's opinions about violence is Robert F. Williams' Negroes With Guns. For it leads one to realize that the ...

From : The Harvard Crimson

8.Lonely Crusade

Chester Himes’s new novel is a study of the American Negro, a brave and courageous probing into the Negro psyche. His diagnosis reveals a racial malady for which there is no immediate remedy.

From : The Atlantic

9.IN THE CLASSROOM: Students' projects focus on Negro Baseball Leagues

Students were assigned a team, player or general history of the Negro Baseball ... JJW History Book by Roger Braxton, a founding member of JJW. Eighty-six visitors viewed the projects.

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10.The American Negro Theatre and the Long Civil RIghts Era

Jonathan Shandell provides the first in-depth study of the historic American Negro Theatre (ANT ... can view this important chapter in African American theatre history. His book helps us place ...

From : JSTOR

11.The Negro Singer

Nor my dark face dishonor any song. From The Book of American Negro Poetry (Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1922), edited by James Weldon Johnson. This poem is in the public domain.

From : Academy of American Poets

12.Welcome to Project Gutenberg

If you find Project Gutenberg useful, please consider a small donation to help Project Gutenberg digitize more books, maintain its online presence, and improve Project Gutenberg programs and offerings ...

From : Project Gutenberg

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1.Negro league baseball

The Negro leagues were United States professional baseball leagues comprising teams of African Americans and, to a lesser extent, Latin Americans. The league baseball

2.Who Speaks for the Negro?

Who Speaks for the Negro? is a 1965 book of interviews by Robert Penn Warren conducted with Civil Rights Movement activists. The book was reissued by Yale Speaks for the Negro?