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/ A. Gilbert Belles -- Alain Locke, W.E.B. Du Bois, and
the crisis of Black education during the Great Depression
Marable --Toward an aesthetic of Black folk expression
/ Rebecca T. Cureau -- Alain Locke and the honest propaganda
of truth and beauty / George Hall -- Alain Locke and the
sense of the African legacy / James B. Barnes -- Alain
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I: Ethnic Identity and Conflicts.
1. Destiny: The Views of Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. DuBois,
and Alain Locke.
2. The African American Elite, Destiny, and the Transformation
of History. 3. African Americans' Cultural Contributions
to the Three Americas. 4. "Black" or "African
American": What's in a Name? 5. The Life and Times of
Frederick Douglass and Booker T. Washington. 6. Criteria
of Race: An Anthropological Perspective. 7. Race, Ethnicity,
and Culture. 8. Racial Dilemmas and Paradoxes. 9. Racial
Integration or Segregation: Which Is Desirable? 10. Social
Insanity. Part II: Value Relativism. 11. Moral Virtues in Elementary
Schools. 12. Norms and the Social Realm: Alain Locke, John
Dewey, and Henri Bergson. 13. A General Theory of Value Relativism.
14. The Nature and Dynamics of Values.
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