What the Negro Thinks

What the Negro Thinks

What the Negro Thinks

What the Negro Thinks

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This volume aims to place on record some facts, concerning a phase of the Negro problem of which, up to this time, little has been known outside of the race; that is, what the Negro, himself, thinks of the experiences to which he is subjected because of his race and colour. The subject has lately excited a growing interest, especially among those who would approach the problem of the Negro's presence in America with sympathy and understanding.

Not all the facts are or can be recorded here, but what is recorded is typical of the thoughts that go through the minds of Negroes in all parts of our country, regardless of their particular shade of colour, their place of residence, their type of education, their economic condition, their social environment, or their own philosophy for the solution of the difficulties that they encounter. The book indicates in particular the things in which the Negro is discriminated against, and aims to tell those of other races who are interested in the subject something of how it feels to be constantly subjected to such discriminations, and to . . .

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