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Bondage, freedom, and beyond; the prose of Black Americans.

Author: Addison Gayle, Jr.
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Zenith Books, 1971.
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Gayle, Addison, Jr., 1932-1991.
Bondage, freedom, and beyond.
Garden City, N.Y., Zenith Books, 1971
(OCoLC)654817087
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Addison Gayle, Jr.
OCLC Number: 126261
Notes: "Z19."
Description: xiii, 154 pages 21 cm
Contents: The dark wings of slavery. Your grievances are many, by H.H. Garnet. Every slave has the right to be free, by C.L. Remond. We had to occupy a seat apart, by J. Brown. Slavery is the disease and its abolition is essential, by F. Douglass. Well, after freedom ... by H. Guidon. Sherman's men, by F.A. Patterson. To my old master, by J. Anderson. The Black man must leave the South, by R.T. Greener. --
To secure this freedom. The masses of us are to live by the production of our hands, by B.T. Washington. The people did not choose Mr. Washington as a leader, by K. Miller. Of course we will not accept one jot or tittle less than full manhood rights, by W.E.B. Du Bois. The new Negro, by M. Garvey. The reasons for this state of mind, by A.P. Randolph. Harlem, the beautiful years, by A. Bontemps. I was in the South where neither law nor tradition was on my side, by R. Wright. Son, you really can't laugh about it, by R. Ellison. It's all complicated up, by J.S. Redding. Go South, young man, go South, by L. Hughes. --
The challenge of the hour. We have passed the point of no return, by E. Robeson. A declaration of independence, by Malcolm X. Where do we go from here? By W. Strickland. The sickness of America, an editorial, by D.H. Watts from Liberator magazine. I have always wanted Black power, by A. Gayle, Jr. The time to speak out is now, an editorial from the Crisis. Yes, we shall overcome, by M.L. King, Jr.

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