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Negro in American life.

Jerome Dowd

Negro in American life.

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Resume of the historical background of the American Negro --The Negro in the northern states since the Civil War --The Negro in the southern states since the Civil War --The Negro in the World War --Negro migration --The Negro in literature and art --Propose solutions of the Negro problem --The future of the Negro --Paths of hope.

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We hear the story of a failed interracial marriage and the story of a teenager from a poor inner city neighborhood (Cedric Jennings, pictured) who ends up at an Ivy League University — and how he barely survives there.Baldwin was an avid moviegoer and wrote about a number of films in his book The Devil Finds Work, writings that are brought to life in the documentary.

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