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W. E. B. DuBois describes what life was like for African-Americans at the beginning of the twentieth century in this collection of fourteen essays published in 1903. His own experiences with racism and poverty formed the foundation of his lifelong struggle for equality. He urged African-Americans to work together and helped to establish the NAACP in 1909. With accurate foresight, Du Bois predicted that race would be one of the core issues of the twentieth century.
Subject: Social Sciences -> History -> American History