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Du Bois

(do͞o`bois, dəbois`), city (1990 pop. 8,286), Clearfield co., W central Pa., in the region of the Allegheny plateau; inc. 1881. Du Bois is a commercial and industrial center of a farming area, where coal is still mined. A campus of Pennsylvania State Univ. is there.
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It was in Ghana, where Dr Du Bois had been invited by President Kwame Nkrumah, that he died a day before the historic March on Washington, an event that Du Bois had tried to organise 6o years before.
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Hutchins is a director of the Harvard Management Company, which is responsible for the University's endowment, and Chairman of the Du Bois Institute at Harvard.
To address this problem, Gooding-Williams claims, Du Bois developed a "politics of expressive self-realization," a "practice of ruling leadership that could authoritatively and effectively govern the struggle to solve the Negro problem only if it avowed and embodied the ethos of the black folk" (17).
Neither David Du Bois nor his novel has received scholarly attention, even as the questions his work raises and the history it recalls resonate with much of the recent work in comparative ethnic studies, transnational American Studies, and Africana Studies.
Du Bois" is the most straightforward dissent from the general theme of the book to reclaim Du Bois as a religious thinker.
Thus, the bases of the social power of the old planter group, as Du Bois indicated in several chapters in Souls, were threatened.
Born and raised in rural Massachusetts after the Civil War, Du Bois went on to become the first African American to receive a Ph.
Mr du Bois was taken to the Alexandra Hospital, in Redditch, but was declared dead on arrival.
In an economy as small as Peru's you don't have the luxury of saying, 'Let's just forget about privatizations,'" says Du Bois.
No `Anglo-Saxon,'" William Edward Burghardt Du Bois became not only African America's leading thinker but an American master whose talents as a scholar, journalist, novelist, poet, activist and visionary were mostly ignored by the white Americans of his time.