'The Souls of Black Folk' and Racism
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In this article, the writer provides a synopsis of the main views of W.E.B. Du Bois in his seminal manifesto, 'The Souls of Black Folk'. Du Bois' main themes on race relations in America, strategies for reclaiming black identity, and opposition toward the accommodation promoted by Booker T. Washington are addressed.
From the Paper:"W E B Du Bois' "The Souls of Black Folk "represents a manifesto of sorts in which the author paints a picture of what it is like to be black in racist America. DuBois famously declares in the book that the problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color line. In 'The Souls of Black Folk' Du Bois encourages blacks to forego accommodation to whites and insists it is ..."
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