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The Making of African American Identity: Volume II, 1865-1917
Topic: FreedomTopic: IdentityTopic: InstitutionsTopic: PoliticsTopic: Forward
Topic: Politics
Toolbox Overview: The Making of African American Identity: Volume II, 1865-1917
Resource Menu: Politics
Text 1. Racial Politics
Text 2. The Race Problem
Text 3. Segregation
Text 4. The Vote
Text 5. Lynching
Text 6. Goals
Text 7. Action
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7.  Action
- Booker T. Washington, Address to the National Negro Business League, 1900
- W. E. B. Du Bois et al., Niagara Movement Declaration of Principles, 1905
- James Weldon Johnson and John Rosamunde Johnson, "Lift Every Voice and Sing," song, 1899

      Negro Business League
1904
Links
Washington:
www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/1900/filmmore/reference/primary/bookert.html

Du Bois:
www.yale.edu/glc/archive/1152.htm

Johnsons:
www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/l/i/liftevry.htm

Online
Sources


Washington: America 1900, PBS

Du Bois: The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition; Yale Center for International and Area Studie

Johnsons: The CyberHymnal


Printing

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Biography of James Weldon Johnson, from Modern American Poetry


African American History and Literature, 1865-1917: Online Resources






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