Slavery of the Mind: Carter G. Woodson and Jacob H. Carruthers--Intergenerational Discourse on African Education and Social Change. - The Western Journal of Black Studies

Slavery of the Mind: Carter G. Woodson and Jacob H. Carruthers--Intergenerational Discourse on African Education and Social Change.

By The Western Journal of Black Studies

  • Release Date - Published: 2005-03-22
  • Book Genre: Social Science
  • Author: The Western Journal of Black Studies
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Introduction All educated Negroes suffer from a kind of slavery in many ways far more subversive of the real welfare of the race than the ancient physical fetters. The slavery of the mind is far more destructive than that of the body. But such is the weakness and imperfection of human nature that many of those who bravely fought to remove the shackles from the body of the Negro transfer them to his mind.

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