W. E. B. Du Bois Quote

While it is a great truth to say that the Negro must strive and strive mightily to help himself, it is equally true that unless his striving be not simply seconded, but rather aroused and encouraged, by the initiative of the richer and wiser environing group, he cannot hope for great success.


The Souls of Black Folk, 3

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While it is a great truth to say that the Negro must strive and strive mightily to help himself, it is equally true that unless his striving be not...

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While it is a great truth to say that the Negro must strive and strive mightily to help himself, it is equally true that unless his striving be not...

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While it is a great truth to say that the Negro must strive and strive mightily to help himself, it is equally true that unless his striving be not...

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While it is a great truth to say that the Negro must strive and strive mightily to help himself, it is equally true that unless his striving be not...