When Africa Awakes
Black Classic Press, 1997 - 146 trang
Hubert Henry Harrison's When Africa Awakes is an important collection of essays and articles written by one of America's great, but seldom noted intellectuals. The collection, originally published in 1920, provides valuable insight on the PanAfrican world of Harrison's time and sheds considerable light on the state of the contemporary African world. Harrison uses the term Africa to signify the unity of Black people throughout the world. In his lifetime, Harrison (1883-1927) worked diligently toward the unity and enlightenment of his community. A labor leader, editor, teacher, and author, Harrison is at once the contemporary social critic and wise prophet speaking to us across generations. In the article The New Politics," Harrison, who was an advocate for revolutionary change, calls for a political agenda with an independent Black political thrust. He provides a clear and early call for Blacks to work in their own political interest. "
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THE NEGRO AND THE WAR
THE NEW POLITICS
THE PROBLEMS OF LEADERSHIP
THE NEW RACECONSCIOUSNESS
OUR INTERNATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS
EDUCATION AND THE RACE
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When Africa Awakes: The "Inside Story" of the Stirrings and Strivings of the ...
Hubert H. Harrison
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