On Making Our Race Life Count in the Life of the Nation

In the Bible one finds over and over again the words "a peculiar people." Reference…
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An Address before the National Educational Association

Ladies and Gentlemen: We stand tonight on historic ground. Charleston and South Carolina have made…
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Address Delivered at Hampton Institute

Few, if any, occasions within the past thirty years have meant more to the Negro…
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“Is the Negro Having a Fair Chance?”

IF I were asked the simple, direct question, "Does the negro in America have a…
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“My View of Segregation Laws”

In all of my experience I have never yet found a case where the masses…
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“The Fruits of Industrial Training”

The political, educational, social and economic evolution through which the South passed during, say, the…
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The Educational Outlook in the South

Fourteen years ago it is said that Northern teachers, in the South for the purpose…
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The Educational and Industrial Emancipation of the Negro

Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentleman: I cannot bring myself to feel that I am worthy…
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An Address on Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen: You ask that which he found a piece of property…
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