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Schomburg became a member of the American Negro Academy (ANA 1897-1928) on the recommendation of Bruce in 1914.
3, The American Negro Academy Occasional Papers 1-22 (New York: Arno Press and The New York Times, 1969), 3-4.
The e-journals included in this essay therefore evince degrees of continuity with the founding ideals of the American Negro Academy and they do so because of the people who have gone before us and cleared the way for hundreds and thousands of researchers of Africana and Pan African studies who continue to labor and to teach "vitalizing qualities in the changeless hopes of humanity."
A visionary, an unmistakable "seer", is the impression that Du Bois had of the elder scholar and when invited to speak at the first meeting of Crummel's American Negro Academy, Du Bois penned the framework of Afrocentric philosophy.
Just as the American Negro Academy was an organization founded by and composed of black men, and republican oratory was a markedly male tradition, it is the men in Imperium who debate race politics and use their mastery of language to foist themselves into national institutions and apparatuses.
The American Negro Academy: The Voice of the Talented Tenth.
This was especially true of his participation in the American Negro Academy. Bruce and Schomburg also exerted considerable pressure an the Prince Hall Masons, helping to make this organization one of the strongest UNIA supporters during the early 1920s.
10 (Washington, D.C., 1904) and "Social Problems in West Africa from the Standpoint of an African," Twelfth Annual Meeting, African Negro Academy, Washington, D.C., December, 1908; and Moss, Jr., The American Negro Academy, 150-152 and 159-162.
His views would be articulated later in his essay "The Negro Digs up His Past." In this now famous piece, he confirmed what Alain Locke and other members of the American Negro Academy were advocating, that is, black people's history does not begin with slavery.
In 1915, Schomburg addressed again the American Negro Academy. On that occasion, he lectured about the presence of Africans in Spain, Portugal and in the colonial Latin America.
Despite his prominence in the affairs of numerous organizations, especially the American Negro Academy, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and both major political parties, Grimke never functioned as an "organization man" and insisted on his right, indeed his responsibility, to pursue the course he considered most eff-ective in combatting racial injustice.
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