MY EVOLVING PROGRAM FOR NEGRO FREEDOM

@article{DuBois2020MYEP,
  title={MY EVOLVING PROGRAM FOR NEGRO FREEDOM},
  author={W. E. Burghardt Du Bois},
  journal={What the Negro Wants},
  year={2020}
}
This autobiographical essay, published in 1944, defines freedom for Negroes and identifies the paths taken by Du Bois to achieve this freedom. My Midnight Classmate Once upon a time, I found myself at midnight on one of the swaggering streetcars that used to roll out from Boston on its way to Cambridge. It must have been in the Spring of 1890, and quite accidentally I was sitting by a classmate who would graduate with me in June. As I dimly remember, he was a nice-looking young man, almost… Expand
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