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The Autobiography of W. E. B. DuBois (Anglais) Broché – 1 septembre 2013
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le 8 juin 2017 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Outstanding biography this is a must read for every person in the world.
Du Bois Looking Back
le 4 janvier 2015 - Publié sur Amazon.com
A good read for Black people who want some insight into one of our greatest minds. This book documents Du Bois’ travels around the world and his education in the North and the South. You can read his opinions of other Black figures like Booker T. Washington, Marcus Garvey and Paul Robeson. As well as his political views on the betterment of the Black race. W.E.B. Du Bois felt the solution for the problems of the Black race was to emulate the way the Soviet Union and communist China rebuilt themselves and it’s a shame we haven’t listened to him. Racism and capitalism go hand in hand. This is why communism and socialism have always been scare words to white people. White people have buried us economically through centuries of uncompensated labor and trying to emulate their greed will not help us. Du Bois saw the evils of capitalist greed and even late into his life white people were trying to imprison him for being a Soviet Union sympathizer. I’m amazed he wasn’t killed and made it into his 90s. Any Black person that sees it as their responsibility to serve the Black race should be honored and Black children should know Du Bois at an early age. The book drags a bit, but I still recommend it.
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le 8 février 2013 - Publié sur Amazon.com
W.E.B. DuBois is not given his due in many history books but it is good to read his thoughts and perceptions as history unfolded before his eyes and much of that history he was the impetus for things that took place. This book is written by this highly educated man for other highly educated people sometimes making it a hard read. Nevertheless, it displays his insights on how the NAACP pushed him out of an organization he helped to bring into existence and other personal spotlights in his life. We should all strive to be as articulate as this man.
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"One of the greatest thinkers ever"
le 2 avril 2000 - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book should be read by everyone who is interested in civil rights. Dubois was the pioneer of the civil rights movement and anything he had to say deserves to be read. This book is just as important as the Autobiographies of both Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. After reading this book I realized what bravery was all about. Dubois didn't have the luxury of a "movement" behind him, he stood alone. He spoke his mind to whomever he felt was hindering the progress of blacks in America. Not only did he stand alone and speak his mind but he did it in a time when a black man would be lynched simply for looking at a white person the wrong way. This book is written with the same poetic style as most of his other work and continues the story of his battle against oppression where "Souls of Black Folk", and "Darkwater" leave off. You will definately benefit by taking the time to read the almost century long journey of one of the greatest thinkers and writers the world has ever seen.
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Slow, Tedious Over-Detailed Writing...But Read It Anyway
le 26 février 2005 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I really wanted to like this book...I really did. And it's not really that bad. DuBois grants us a very revealing look at his young life, along with his education and intellectual development. His early observations and analysis of life are insightful and thought provoking. Still his writing lacks pace and fails to flow in any way other than tediously. Despite being regarded by many as one of the great men of the 20th century, his memoirs grant little to convey that greatness and leaves the reader unfulfilled at truly grasping his many accomplishments. However, DuBois' revelations regarding the N.A.A.C.P. are very interesting, and one of the better parts of the book. If you have plenty of time to spare (it's over 400 pages long) you may attain more from it than this reviewer did.
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