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The hearts of Afro-American women are too warm and too large for race hatred. Long suffering has so chastened them that they are d ...
The further jazz moves away from the stark blue continuum and the collective realities of Afro-American and American life, the mor ...
The Afro-American experience is the only real culture that America has. Basically, every American tries to walk, talk, dress and b ...
Negro history must be studied, not only because it is the history of over 19 millions, but American life as a whole cannot be unde ...
It was common practice for me to take my children with me whenever I went shopping, out for a walk in a white neighborhood, or jus ...
I looked at my daughters, and my boyhood picture, and appreciated the gift of parenthood, at that moment, more than any other gift ...
I cannot be soft because it will make her soft, I thought, and soft black children cannot survive in this world. I do not know if ...
I could be, I discovered, by turns stern, loving, wise, silly, youthful, aged, racial, universal, indulgent, strict, with a remark ...
"Do you like being a parent--you know, being a father, having children and all?" Linnet once asked me. "Yes," I said, after a mome ...
The majority of Black Americans are unaware of the complexity of the meaning of Israel to American Jews. But, ironically, Afro-Zio ...
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