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Culture of the African negro

Ethel Clark Buckman

Culture of the African negro

by Ethel Clark Buckman

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1930.

The Physical Object
Pagination3, 138 p.
Number of Pages138
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25580862M

the idea involved in Negro art, Negro music, Negro poetry and the Negro Yearbook in terms of the word 'colored'; and see what a lamentable weakness would result in this substitution." However, this 2."Colored," "Negro," "Black," and "African" were all established .   African-Americans have hit that level of cultural maturity.'' The archeology is dramatically plain to older adults who, in one lifetime, have already heard preferred usage shift from colored to.

Learn about La Unique African American Books & Cultural Center in Camden, NJ and how they serve readers of African American literature. African American Literature Book Club Celebrating Our Literary Legacy Since — Black Literature is for Everyone African American Literature Book Club.   The fundamental, or inborn, characteristics of the Negro may be found in the African, as well as the American, Negro; but the inbred characteristics of the latter belong to the American life alone. There is but one human nature, made up of constituent elements the same in all men, and racial or national differences arise from the predominance.

The first novel written by an African American was William Wells Brown’s Clothel; or The President’s Daughter, published in The book depicts the destructive effects of slavery on African-American families as well as the harsh experiences of American mulattoes (or people of mixed race).   When it comes to Black history books, there are a whole lot to choose from. So getting down to 10, is not just hard, its pretty impossible. So keep in mind, these choices are a mixture of some classics and some new takes on Black history and the list is not meant to be definitive.


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