The Journal of Negro History -- vol. 81, no. 1-4 -- 1996 -- 80th Anniversary Issue: Vindicating the Race: Contributions to African-American Intellectual History. Bettye Collier-Thomas.

The Journal of Negro History -- vol. 81, no. 1-4 -- 1996 -- 80th Anniversary Issue: Vindicating the Race: Contributions to African-American Intellectual History

Washington, D.C. Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1996. Paperback. [8], 144, [2] p.; 24 cm. Light grey wrappers printed in black. Gift inscription on first page to Ken Kusmer, Professor History at Temple University, from one of the authors, Bettye Collier-Thomas. Contents: Biography, Race Vindication, and African-American Intellectuals by V. P. Franklin and Bettye Collier-Thomas -- "And the Truth Shall Make You Free": Richard Robert Wright, Sr., Black Intellectual and Iconoclast, 1877-1897 by June O. Patton -- Out of the Shadow of Tuskegee: Margaret Murray Washington, Social Activism, and Race Vindication by Jacqueline Anne Rouse -- James Emman Kwegyir Aggrey: An African Intellectual in the United States by Sylvia M. Jacobs -- Nannie Helen Burroughs: 'The Black Goddess of Liberty' by Sharon Harley -- Racial Consciousness and Black Scholarship: Charles H. Wesley and the Consciousness of Negro Labor in the United States by Francille Rusan Wilson -- Lucy Diggs Slowe: Champion of the Self-Determination of African-American Women in Higher Education by Linda M. Perkins -- Mary McLeod Bethune's "Last Will and Testament": A Legacy for Race Vindication by Elaine M. Smith -- Telling the Truth: Alice Childress as Theorist and Playwright by Olga Dugan -- Vindicating Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Road to a Color-Blind Society by Mary Frances Berry. Scarce. In Near Fine Condition: upper corners slightly creased; clean and tight. Near Fine. Item #008239

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