SOURCE: Africa News
The Du Bois Museum Complex aims to transform the Center and create a living museum that revives the transformative spirit and vision of Dr. Du Bois for a unified ancestral home for Africans in the diaspora around the world.
SOURCE: Society for US Intellectual History
by L.D. Burnett
W.E.B. DuBois recognized that his efforts to write the history of Africa and African peoples would depend on his ability to use sources produced by racists without reproducing their political goals.
Why W.E.B. DuBois’s Question to Black People – “How does it feel to be a problem?” – Is Still Relevant
by Paul Lawrie
The answer is the so-called problem of race has always been a problem of labor.
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