"In Service for the Common Good": Anna Julia Cooper and Adult Education

@article{Johnson2009InSF,
  title={"In Service for the Common Good": Anna Julia Cooper and Adult Education},
  author={Karen A. Johnson},
  journal={African American Review},
  year={2009},
  volume={43},
  pages={45 - 56}
}
The man who is both colored and poor finds himself left out of the educational reckoning and surely in need of those agencies for college extension and higher education which may be initiated by the resourceful sympathies of his own leaders.--Anna Julia Cooper ("College Extension for Working People" 38) The phrase "in service for the common good" is taken from a brief essay written by Anna Julia Cooper in the foreword section of the Decennial Catalogue of the Frelinghuysen University. For… 
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