The Souls of Black Folk by W. E. B. Du Bois (World Classic Book Series)Ng intellegent book on the injustice carried out on a race because of greed and an inhumane face of one race to another This injustice is to this day still deepely inbeded in the systems and laws of most of the countries who carried out this hidious crime This injustice can still be seen in many aspects of its effect on the childre. N the other side to live behind ‘the veil’ The book

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a perfect of the contact battle with racism and it is fully relatable to the modern society we live inWilliam Edward Burghardt Du Bois 1868 1963 *KNOWN AS WEB DU BOIS WAS A WRITER AND * as WEB Du Bois was a writer and activist born in Massachusetts In 1895 he was the first African American to earn a PhD from Harvard University In his Fight Against Discrimination He Founded The Niagara against discrimination he founded the Niagara the first black led institution protecting right. Slow reading but a musty for anyone who wants to learn about what it means to be an African American this is heavy going even on audio but good It was written in 1903 so "its difficult to hear some of the slavery stuff that he relates as recent historyGlad I got it and "difficult to hear some of the slavery stuff that he relates as recent historyGlad I got it and recommend for historic and cultural value An enlighteni. The Souls of Black Folk a selection of 14 essays was first published in 1903 It is considered to be one of the most revolutionary works in African American literature In his book Du Bois Raises An Important Bois raises an important of racial segregation that came after the abolition of slavery in the US The author ses a concept of ‘double consciousness’ to illustrate challenges associated with being black and American at the time The author also wants to show white Americans what it is like to be

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