Du Bois

NOUN
  1. United States civil rights leader and political activist who campaigned for equality for Black Americans (1868-1963)
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  • “Today, therefore, we are challenging this ownership,” Du Bois asserted. DARKWATER
  • Du Bois dedicated the book to Nina Gomer, his wife of twenty-four years. DARKWATER
  • And we should confidently add Du Bois's discussion of the this-worldly social benefits religion provides to the above list.
  • Moving from fiction to social commentary in “The Servant in the House,” Du Bois recapitulated the dogged struggle out of slavery by black labor, taking as departure point his own experience waiting tables at a Minnesota resort on Lake Minnetonka the summer after graduating from Fisk University. DARKWATER
  • That evangelical faith in the transformative power of education that sustained Du Bois until the end was at open throttle in “The Immortal Child,” a sometimes lyrical evocation of the short, extraordinary career of his friend, the Afro-English composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. DARKWATER
  • Having seen the human drama “from a veiled corner,” Du Bois had set about trying to lift the veil of race enough for white people to see—and even to feel—through the medium of arresting language and moral signposts what it was like to be a second class citizen in America, a virtual caste whose pariah status inhered in the inescapability of skin color. DARKWATER
  • To the same degree that Hughes defines manhood through compassion, Du Bois defines manhood through intellectual curiosity.
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  • E. B. Du Bois was a distinguished thinker and activist in African-American history.
  • Over the hills, and once more across country, the howling wind made its way, past the old church of Saint Pierre du Bois, past the lanes to Torteval parish, and along the high road to Pleinmont, where it had full play over a wide moorland district, dotted with low masses of gorze and groups of boulders. Where Deep Seas Moan
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