The Souls of Black Folk

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New American Library, 1969 - African American authors - 280 pages
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Everything one could ask out of older, classic Science Fiction - creative (trippy scifi), deep (makes you think), and intentional (story teaches a moral and/or asks us to look at our humanity ... Read full review

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WEB Du Bois was many things: pioneering social scientist, historian, activist, social critic, writer—and, most of all, a heck of a lot smarter than me. I say this because, while reading these essays ... Read full review

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