W. E. B. Du Bois Quote

The severest charge that can be brought against the Christian education of the Negro in the South during the last thirty years is the reckless way in which sap-headed young fellows, without ability, and, in some cases, without character, have been urged and pushed into the ministry.


Writings by W. E. B. Du Bois in Non-Periodical Literature Edited by Others (ed. Kraus-Thomson Organization, 1982)

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The severest charge that can be brought against the Christian education of the Negro in the South during the last thirty years is the reckless way in ...

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The severest charge that can be brought against the Christian education of the Negro in the South during the last thirty years is the reckless way in ...

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The severest charge that can be brought against the Christian education of the Negro in the South during the last thirty years is the reckless way in ...

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The severest charge that can be brought against the Christian education of the Negro in the South during the last thirty years is the reckless way in ...