The Souls of Black Folk

The author sees the situation of the early twentieth century as one where many African Americans are still not yet sure of their own equality

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Such an essentially honest-hearted and generous people cannot cite the caste-levelling precepts of Christianity, or believe in equality of opportunity for all men, without coming to feel more and more with each generation that the present drawing of the color-line is a flat contradiction to their beliefs and professions.


The Souls of Black Folk