The Philadelphia Negro A Social Study by W. E. Burghardt Du Bois

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ContributionsIsabel Eaton (Foreword)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages542
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Open LibraryOL9710637M
ISBN 100548219516
ISBN 109780548219515
OCLC/WorldCa172978434

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It was originally published by. Color Prejudice-- Incidentally throughout this study the prejudice against the Negro has been again and again mentioned.

It is time now to reduce this somewhat indefinite term to something tangible. Everybody speaks of the matter, everybody knows that it exists, but in just what form it shows itself or how influential it is few agree. In the Negro’s mind, color prejudice in Philadelphia is.

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Legislation, etc., of Pennsylvania in regard to the Negro. Bibliography --Special report on Negro domestic service in the seventh ward, Philadelphia, by I.

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[55]Alma mater: Fisk University, Harvard University. Philadelphia Seventh Ward. University of Pennsylvania Archives. W.E.B. Du Bois began in August to discover how race, occupation, daily life, home, and organizations were distributed across Philadelphia’s oldest African American neighborhood, the Seventh Ward.

The map produced by Du Bois’s seminal study, The Philadelphia Negro, is. In W. Du Bois began research that resulted three years later in the publication of his great classic of urban sociology and history, The Philadelphia Negro. Today, a group of the nation's leading historians and sociologists celebrate the centenary of his project through a reappraisal of his book.

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Zuberi, also a professor of sociology and Africana studies, had read every book ever written by Du Bois by the time he graduated from college, and has original copies of them all, including “The Philadelphia Negro.”.

His book, The Philadelphia Negro (), examined the findings of an study conducted about the lifestyles of African-Americans living in Philadelphia at the time. W.E.B. DuBois' voice spanned the globe as he spoke out against all social injustices.

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Stein profiles. especially their children, began to flock to Philadelphia. At the same time the stream of foreign immigration to this country began to swell, and by aggregated half a million souls annually.

TIle result of these movements proved disastrous to the Philadelphia Negro; the better classes of them-the Joneses, AlIens and Fortens-could notCited by:.

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