By William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, Herbert Aptheker
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In the index the reader will find complete names of people mentioned by Du Bois. Page xiii From time to time, in the years necessary to the completion of this volume, assistance has been kindly offered to me by Malcolm Call, Debra Holiday, Dr. Doris G. Marquit, Hugh T. , and Dr. Roger E. Rosenberg. Leone Stein was Director of the University of Massachusetts Press for most of the time during which the book was being prepared, and her assistance went far beyond the limits of duty. Fay P. Aptheker was an essential partner in the Du Bois project from its beginning shortly after the Second World War, and remains so as its completion approaches.
Page 5 Dear Sir: I am a Negro, a student of Fisk University. B. from this institution next June at the age of 20. D. in Political Science after graduation. I am poor and if I should enter your college next year would probably not be able to raise more [than] $100 or $150. If I should teach a year and then enter I could earn enough to pay my expenses for a year. I wish your advice as to what I had better do. You can see by the catalogue I shall send herewith what our course of instruction is here.
192021 Founds and edits the Brownies Book, a monthly magazine for children. ). 1921 Chairs Second Pan-African Congress, London, Brussels, Paris. 1923 Chairs Third Pan-African Congress, London, Paris, Lisbon. 1923 Accepts appointment by President Coolidge as special minister and envoy extraordinary for the United States at the inauguration of President Charles D. B. King of Liberia; visits other parts of West Africa. ). 1926 Makes first and extensive (six weeks') visit to Soviet Union. 1926 Forces resignation of Fayette McKenzie, the last white president of Fisk University, as culmination of his leadership for several years of effort to democratize Black universities.
Against racism: unpublished essays, papers, addresses, 1887-1961 by William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, Herbert Aptheker