It is a happy characteristic of the Negro race
, which they hold in common with little children, that their spirits seldom remain depressed for a considerable length of time after the immediate cause of depression is removed, and so it was that in half an hour Usanga's band was again beginning to take on to some extent its former appearance of carefree lightheartedness.
Declaration 39 reads, "That the colors, Red, Black and Green, be the colors of the Negro race
Bethune ultimately became a revered educator, activist, humanitarian, and leader who was known in her day as "the first lady of the Negro race
Judging by cranial capacity, Cuvier also stated that the Mongolian race had reached a plateau of development sometime in the past and that the Negro race
had never progressed beyond barbarism.
In Chapter 1 character Sylvia Landry in Micheaux's Within Our Gates becomes relegated to something like "race wifehood" in her marriage to the New Negro race
man as hero (p.
Although Williams is more well-known for his History of the Negro Race
in America, this work is remarkable for its inclusion of Williams's own experience serving in the US Colored Troops, as well as first-hand accounts by officers who commanded Negro troops.
This is a white man's country," declared Mississippi Governor Theodore Bilbo, "and any dream on the part of the Negro race
to share social and political equality will be shattered.
Webster Davis published The Industrial History of the Negro Race
of the United States (1911), which included a chapter on the "Negro in Business.
A Defence of the Negro Race
in America from the Assaults and Charges of Rev J.
Parts II and III of Dworkin's book consist of the weighty twelve-essay series, "Famous Men of the Negro Race
" and "Famous Women of the Negro Race
For the Negro race
I regard the development of the moral nature as fundamental and supreme.
Kwesi Quartey, Ghana's deputy high commissioner to the UK and a historian in his own right, concludes his two-part article setting the legal basis for slavery reparations, and asks: "Will Great Britain be able to mobilise the moral courage to take the lead in this struggle for truth and justice--'to atone to the negro race
for their accumulated wrongs', which we believe, could put the Great back into Britain?