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ERIC Number: EJ172607
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Assimilationist Black Nationalism, 1890-1925
Moses, Wilson Jeremiah
Social Studies, 68, 6, 259-63, Nov/Dec 77
Explains how proponents of the conflicting attitudes of Black nationalism and Black assimilation into white society both saw a need for improving the condition of Black people in America during the early 20th century. This belief was reflected in political ideology, women's activism, religious leadership, and literary endeavor. (Author/AV)
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