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ERIC Number: EJ172848
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1977
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Tuskegee Institute in the 1920's
Marable, Manning
Negro History Bulletin, 40, 6, 764-8, Nov-Dec 77
During the time of Marcus Garvey, the Harlem Renaissance and Southern black labor militancy, Tuskegee perpetuated a conservative social philosophy. This contradictory legacy set the stage for a confrontation between the black middle class of Tuskegee and a white racist society. (Author/GC)
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Identifiers - Location: Alabama