Philip Foner, ed. W.E.B. Du Bois Speaks.

Biblioteca /  1970-1979

Philip Foner, ed. W.E.B. Du Bois Speaks. Speeches and Addresses.

New York: Pathfinder Press, 1970.

Volumen 1: 1890-1919

Volumen 2: 1920-1963

300+340 páginas.

William Du Bois (1868-1963)

CONTENTS

Volume 1

Editor’s Introduction

Honoring Dr. Du Bois / Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

1 – A Pageant in Seven Decades, 1878-1938 (1938)

2 – The Conservation of Races (1897)

3 – Careers Open to College-Bred Negroes (1898)

4 – The Study of the Negro Problems (1898)

5 – Address to the Nations of the World, (July 1900)

6 – On Booker T. Washington (1903)

7 – The Training of Negroes for Social Power (October 17, 1903)

8 – Credo (October 1904)

9 – The Niagara Movement (September 1905)

10 – The Economic Future of the Negro (1906)

11 – We Claim Our Rights (August 1906)

12 – The Value of Agitation (March 1907)

13 – Is Race Separation Practicable? (May 1908)

14 – Politics and Industry (May 31, 1909)

15 – The Evolution of the Race Problem (June 1, 1909)

16 – Race Prejudice (March 5, 1910)

17 – The Negro Problem (July 1911)

18 – How to Celebrate the Semicentennial of the Emancipation Proclamation (February 2, 1912)

19 – Disfranchisement (1912)

20 – Socialism and the Negro Problem (January 1913)

21 – The African Roots of War (May 1915)

22 – The Problem of Problems (December 27, 1917)

23 – The Great Migration North (1918)

24 – The Future of Africa — A Platform (January 6, 1919)

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Volume 2

Preface

1 – On Being Black (February 18, 1920)

2 – Marcus Garvey (December 1920)

3 – The Armenia Conference: An Historic Negro Gathering (1925)

4 – The Negro Citizen (1928)

5 – The Denial of Economic Justice to Negroes (February 1929)

6 – Shall the Negro Be Encouraged to Seek Cultural Equality? (March 17, 1929)

7 – Education and Work (June 6, 1930)

8 – A Negro Nation Within the Nation (June 1935)

9 – What the Negro Has Done for the United States and Texas (1936)

10 – The Revelation of Saint Orgne the Damned (1938)

11 – Prospect of a World Wihtout Racial Conflict (Match 1944)

12 – Jacob and Esau (June 5, 1944)

13 – The Negro and Imperialism (November 15, 1944)

14 – The Pan-African Movement (October 1945)

15 – Human Rights for All Minorities (November 7, 1945)

16 – Bound by the Color Line (February 1946)

17 – Behold the Land (October 20, 1946)

18 – An Appeal to the World (1946)

19 – We Must Know the Truth (June 26, 1947)

20 – The Freedom to Learn (1949)

21 – The Nature of Intellectual Freedom (March 1949)

22 – America’s Pressing Problems (August 1949)

23 – I Take My Stand (April 29, 1951)

24 – The Negro and the Warsaw Ghetto (April 15, 1952)

25 – What Is Wrong with the United States? (May 13, 1952)

26 – One Hundred Years of Negro Freedom (January 1953)

27 – On the Future of the American Negro (1953)

28 – Two Hundred Years of Segregated Schools (February 1955)

29 – If Eugene Debs Returned (November 28, 1955)

30 – Advice to a Great-Grandson (March 1958)

31 – Tribute to Paul Robeson (April 9, 1959)

32 – The Negro and Socialism (1958)

33 – Africa Awake! (December 1958)

34 – Hail Humankind! (February 22, 1959)

35 – Encyclopedia Africana (December 15, 1962)

36 – Last Message to the World (June 26, 1957)

Tribute to W.E.B. Du Bois / Kwame Nkrumah

Selected Bibliography

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