The Journal of Negro History

Provides information on African American life and history, including the unique facets of African American history, including the first major scholarly analysis of the hip hop movement.

Articles from Vol. 83, No. 2, Spring

Afro-Americans and Moral Suasion: The Debate in the 1830's
Moral suasion, and the abolitionist movement which inspired and propelled it for about the decade between 1830-1840, have traditionally been conceived as offshoots of the activities of white abolitionists, particularly William Lloyd Garrison and his...
Charles H. Wesley: Some Memories
Longevity was a marked feature of Charles Wesley's biography, but its essential character was integrity. Despite the racism that scandalized American academia, Wesley persevered in his devotion to truth. His Negro Labor in the United States, (1850-1925)...
Historiography of Charles H. Wesley as Reflected through 'The Journal of Negro History,' 1915 - 1969
CHARLES H. WESLEY. "The Struggle of Haiti & Liberia for Recognition," Vol. II, no. 4, October, 1917, 369-383. -----. "Lincoln's Plan for Colonizing the Emancipated Negroes," Vol. IV, no. 1, January, 1919, 7-21. -----. "The Employment of Negroes...
In Memoriam: Charles Harris Wesley
Outstanding historian, noted scholar, distinguished educator, counselor, ordained minister, pianist, athlete, singer, poet, actor are descriptives which portray the life of Charles Harris Wesley. Dr. Wesley received his early education in Louisville,...
Recollections of Carter G. Woodson
Charles Harris Wesley (1891-1987), a scholar, philosopher, educator, and ordained minister, is characterized as an intellectual and advocate for equality and racial harmony. One of the preeminent interpreters of the history of social organizations...
Selected Words of Wisdom of Charles Harris Wesley
During a fifty-three year span, 1920-1973, Charles Harris Wesley was one of the most highly revered and respected speakers of our time. His background in education, history, labor, and religion provided him with a world-view of African-American life...
Woodson and Wesley: A Partnership in Building the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History
Charles Harris Wesley stated in his work, Neglected History: Essays in Negro-American History By A College President, that: The movement to organize an historical society for the study of the history of the Negro people had several beginnings, including...