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A Hubert Harrison reader, edited with introduction and notes by Jeffrey B. Perry

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A Hubert Harrison reader
Title
A Hubert Harrison reader
Statement of responsibility
edited with introduction and notes by Jeffrey B. Perry
Creator
Contributor
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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973/.0496073
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
E185.6
LC item number
.H28 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
A Hubert Harrison reader, edited with introduction and notes by Jeffrey B. Perry
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Race prejudice-II
  • On a certain condescension in White publishers (Concluded)
  • Review of Terms of Peace and the Darker Races by A. Philip Randolph and Chandler Owen
  • Negro in history and civilization, review of From Superman to Man by J.A. Rogers
  • White people versus Negroes: being the story of a great book (From Superman to Man by J.A. Rogers)
  • Review of the Rising Tide of Color Against White World Supremacy by Lothrop Stoddard
  • Rising tide of color
  • Brown man leads the way, Part I, review of The New World of Islam by Lothrop Stoddard
  • Brown Man Leads the Way, review of the New World of Islam by Lothrop Stoddard (concluding part)
  • Review of Darkwater by W.E.B. Du Bois
  • Review of the Negro Year Book, 1918-1919 edited by Monroe N. Work
  • Duty of the Socialist Party
  • Superscientist, review of the Place of Science in Modern Civilization and other essays by Thorstein Veblen
  • Black man's burden, (review of the Black man's burden by E.D. Morel)
  • Caucasian canker in South Africa, review of the real South Africa by Ambrose Pratt
  • Southern Black-as seen by the eye of fiction, review of Highly Colored by Octavus Roy Cohen
  • Real Negro humor
  • Negro church history: a book of it badly marred by neglect of the race foundation, review of the History of the Negro church by Carter G. Woodson
  • Negro's part in history, review of the Negro in our history by Carter G. Woodson
  • Homo Africanus Harlemi, review of Nigger heaven by Carl Van Vechten
  • Nigger heaven-a review of the reviewers
  • No Negro literary renaissance
  • How to do it-and how not
  • Cabaret School of Negro literature and art
  • Harlem's neglected opportunities
  • Review of the Story of mankind by Hendrik Van Loon
  • Satyricon of Petronius, letter to the New York Times
  • On reading Negro books
  • Hayti finds a friend: Black Hayti: a biography of Africa's eldest daughter
  • Negro society and the Negro stage, Preamble
  • Negro society and the Negro stage, Part 2
  • Canary cottage: a dramatic opinion
  • Emperor Jones
  • Black man's burdens (I)
  • Negro actor on Broadway: a critical interpretation by a Negro critic
  • Black man's burden (a reply to Rudyard Kipling)
  • Another Negro poet
  • Poetry of Claude McKay
  • Black bars of yesterday and today, review of the Book of American Negro poetry, selected and edited by James Weldon Johnson
  • Program and principles of the International Colored Unity League
  • Right way to unite
  • Common people
  • Roots of power
  • Black man's burdens (II)
  • Socialism and the Negro
  • Southern socialists and the Ku Klux Klan
  • Negro and the labor unions
  • Negro in industry, review of the Great Steele Strike and its lessons
  • William Z. Foster
  • Negro on chicken stealing
  • Liberty League of Negro-Americans: how it came to be
  • Resolutions (passed at the Liberty League meeting)
  • Declaration of principles (of the Liberty League)
  • Liberty League's petition to the House of Representatives of the United States, July 4, 1917
  • East St. Louis horror
  • Houston vs. Waco
  • As the currents flow
  • Our larger duty
  • Need for it (and the nature of it)
  • Two Negro radicalisms
  • Pledge to the mother race from an untamed African
  • Women of our race
  • In the melting pot (re Herodotus
  • Race first versus class first
  • Just crabs
  • Patronize your own
  • Open letter to the Socialist Party of New York City
  • Race consciousness
  • Negro culture and the Negro college
  • Education and the race
  • English as she is spoke
  • Plan to write a "history of the Negro in America"
  • Education out of school
  • Read! Read! Read!
  • Lincoln and liberty: fact versus fiction: Chapter Two
  • Lincoln and liberty: fact versus fiction: Chapter Three
  • Drift in politics
  • New policies for the new Negro
  • Coming election
  • Our professional "friends"
  • Negro for president
  • U-need-a-biscuit
  • Letter to Mrs. Frances Reynolds Keyser
  • Grand Old Party
  • When the tail wags the dog
  • Our political power
  • Black tide turns in politics
  • Insistence upon its real grievances the only course for the race
  • Liberty Congress
  • Descent of Dr. Du Bois
  • When the blind lead
  • To the young men of my race
  • Shillady resigns
  • Paine's place in the Deistical movement
  • Tender point
  • Our white friends
  • Connections with the Garvey movement
  • On Garvey's character and abilities
  • UNI Convention
  • Convention Bill of Rights and elections
  • Marcus Garvey at the Bar of the United States Justice
  • Negro-American speaks
  • White war and the colored world
  • White war and the colored races
  • Negro a conservative
  • Negro at the peace congress
  • Africa at the peace table
  • Britain in India
  • When might makes right
  • Line-up on the color line
  • On "civilizing" Africa
  • Imperialist America, review of The American Empire by Scott Nearing
  • Wanted-a colored international
  • Washington Conference -- Disarmament and the darker races
  • Help wanted for Hayti
  • Negro and the newspapers
  • Cracker in the Caribbean
  • Hands across the sea
  • St. Croix Creole, letter to the Evening Post
  • Virgin Islands: a colonial problem
  • Prejudice growing less and co-operation more
  • Hubert Harrison answers Malliet
  • Goodwill toward men
  • Meditation: "heroes and hero-worship, and the heroic in human history"
  • Meditations of Mustapha: a soul in search of itself
  • On praise
  • Negro and socialism: I-the Negro problem stated
  • Cure for the Ku Klux Klan
  • Ku Klux Klan in the past
  • How to end lynching
  • Negro and the census
  • Bridging the gulf of color
  • At the back of the Black man's mind
  • "Democracy" in America
  • Negro and the nation
  • Views of readers on criticism: Mr. H.H. Harrison reiterates his theories
  • On a certain condescension in White publishers (Part I)
Control code
ocm45308737
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxxi, 473 pages
Isbn
9780819564696
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
00051322
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)45308737
Label
A Hubert Harrison reader, edited with introduction and notes by Jeffrey B. Perry
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Race prejudice-II
  • On a certain condescension in White publishers (Concluded)
  • Review of Terms of Peace and the Darker Races by A. Philip Randolph and Chandler Owen
  • Negro in history and civilization, review of From Superman to Man by J.A. Rogers
  • White people versus Negroes: being the story of a great book (From Superman to Man by J.A. Rogers)
  • Review of the Rising Tide of Color Against White World Supremacy by Lothrop Stoddard
  • Rising tide of color
  • Brown man leads the way, Part I, review of The New World of Islam by Lothrop Stoddard
  • Brown Man Leads the Way, review of the New World of Islam by Lothrop Stoddard (concluding part)
  • Review of Darkwater by W.E.B. Du Bois
  • Review of the Negro Year Book, 1918-1919 edited by Monroe N. Work
  • Duty of the Socialist Party
  • Superscientist, review of the Place of Science in Modern Civilization and other essays by Thorstein Veblen
  • Black man's burden, (review of the Black man's burden by E.D. Morel)
  • Caucasian canker in South Africa, review of the real South Africa by Ambrose Pratt
  • Southern Black-as seen by the eye of fiction, review of Highly Colored by Octavus Roy Cohen
  • Real Negro humor
  • Negro church history: a book of it badly marred by neglect of the race foundation, review of the History of the Negro church by Carter G. Woodson
  • Negro's part in history, review of the Negro in our history by Carter G. Woodson
  • Homo Africanus Harlemi, review of Nigger heaven by Carl Van Vechten
  • Nigger heaven-a review of the reviewers
  • No Negro literary renaissance
  • How to do it-and how not
  • Cabaret School of Negro literature and art
  • Harlem's neglected opportunities
  • Review of the Story of mankind by Hendrik Van Loon
  • Satyricon of Petronius, letter to the New York Times
  • On reading Negro books
  • Hayti finds a friend: Black Hayti: a biography of Africa's eldest daughter
  • Negro society and the Negro stage, Preamble
  • Negro society and the Negro stage, Part 2
  • Canary cottage: a dramatic opinion
  • Emperor Jones
  • Black man's burdens (I)
  • Negro actor on Broadway: a critical interpretation by a Negro critic
  • Black man's burden (a reply to Rudyard Kipling)
  • Another Negro poet
  • Poetry of Claude McKay
  • Black bars of yesterday and today, review of the Book of American Negro poetry, selected and edited by James Weldon Johnson
  • Program and principles of the International Colored Unity League
  • Right way to unite
  • Common people
  • Roots of power
  • Black man's burdens (II)
  • Socialism and the Negro
  • Southern socialists and the Ku Klux Klan
  • Negro and the labor unions
  • Negro in industry, review of the Great Steele Strike and its lessons
  • William Z. Foster
  • Negro on chicken stealing
  • Liberty League of Negro-Americans: how it came to be
  • Resolutions (passed at the Liberty League meeting)
  • Declaration of principles (of the Liberty League)
  • Liberty League's petition to the House of Representatives of the United States, July 4, 1917
  • East St. Louis horror
  • Houston vs. Waco
  • As the currents flow
  • Our larger duty
  • Need for it (and the nature of it)
  • Two Negro radicalisms
  • Pledge to the mother race from an untamed African
  • Women of our race
  • In the melting pot (re Herodotus
  • Race first versus class first
  • Just crabs
  • Patronize your own
  • Open letter to the Socialist Party of New York City
  • Race consciousness
  • Negro culture and the Negro college
  • Education and the race
  • English as she is spoke
  • Plan to write a "history of the Negro in America"
  • Education out of school
  • Read! Read! Read!
  • Lincoln and liberty: fact versus fiction: Chapter Two
  • Lincoln and liberty: fact versus fiction: Chapter Three
  • Drift in politics
  • New policies for the new Negro
  • Coming election
  • Our professional "friends"
  • Negro for president
  • U-need-a-biscuit
  • Letter to Mrs. Frances Reynolds Keyser
  • Grand Old Party
  • When the tail wags the dog
  • Our political power
  • Black tide turns in politics
  • Insistence upon its real grievances the only course for the race
  • Liberty Congress
  • Descent of Dr. Du Bois
  • When the blind lead
  • To the young men of my race
  • Shillady resigns
  • Paine's place in the Deistical movement
  • Tender point
  • Our white friends
  • Connections with the Garvey movement
  • On Garvey's character and abilities
  • UNI Convention
  • Convention Bill of Rights and elections
  • Marcus Garvey at the Bar of the United States Justice
  • Negro-American speaks
  • White war and the colored world
  • White war and the colored races
  • Negro a conservative
  • Negro at the peace congress
  • Africa at the peace table
  • Britain in India
  • When might makes right
  • Line-up on the color line
  • On "civilizing" Africa
  • Imperialist America, review of The American Empire by Scott Nearing
  • Wanted-a colored international
  • Washington Conference -- Disarmament and the darker races
  • Help wanted for Hayti
  • Negro and the newspapers
  • Cracker in the Caribbean
  • Hands across the sea
  • St. Croix Creole, letter to the Evening Post
  • Virgin Islands: a colonial problem
  • Prejudice growing less and co-operation more
  • Hubert Harrison answers Malliet
  • Goodwill toward men
  • Meditation: "heroes and hero-worship, and the heroic in human history"
  • Meditations of Mustapha: a soul in search of itself
  • On praise
  • Negro and socialism: I-the Negro problem stated
  • Cure for the Ku Klux Klan
  • Ku Klux Klan in the past
  • How to end lynching
  • Negro and the census
  • Bridging the gulf of color
  • At the back of the Black man's mind
  • "Democracy" in America
  • Negro and the nation
  • Views of readers on criticism: Mr. H.H. Harrison reiterates his theories
  • On a certain condescension in White publishers (Part I)
Control code
ocm45308737
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxxi, 473 pages
Isbn
9780819564696
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
00051322
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)45308737

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