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" no ordinary sacrifice, but we make it gladly and willingly with our eyes lifted to the hills. "
Blacks in the Army Air Forces During World War II: The Problems of Race ... - Página 19
1977 - 244 páginas
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Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights ...: Why America ...

Kelly Miller - 1919 - 592 páginas
...shoulder with our own white fellow-citizens and the allied nations that are fighting for democracy. We make no ordinary sacrifice, but we make it gladly and willingly with our eyes lifted to the hills." While many questioned his motive, all accepted his advice. While the grievance was not forgotten, it...
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Black Georgia in the Progressive Era, 1900-1920

John Dittmer - 1980 - 239 páginas
...shoulder with our own fellow white citizens and the allied nations that are fighting for democracy. We make no ordinary sacrifice, but we make it gladly and willingly, with our eyes lifted to the hills." Not until later, after the shooting in Europe had stopped and the troops had come home, would Du Bois...
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The Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers, Vol. I ...

Robert A. Hill, Marcus Garvey, Universal Negro Improvement Association - 1983 - 716 páginas
...shoulder with our own white fellow citizens and the allied nations that are fighting for democracy. We make no ordinary sacrifice, but we make it gladly...and willingly with our eyes lifted to the hills.” (Crisis ¿6 [July 1918]: 3). 10. At this point Domingo read to the meeting the resolution that appears...
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Dusk of Dawn: An Essay Toward an Autobiography of a Race Concept

W. E. B. Du Bois - 2011 - 355 páginas
...shoulder with our own white fellow citizens and the allied nations that are fighting for democracy. We make no ordinary sacrifice, but we make it gladly and willingly with our eyes lifted to the hills." The words were hardly out of my mouth when strong criticism was rained upon it. Who was I to talk of...
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A. Philip Randolph: A Biographical Portrait

Jervis Anderson - 1973 - 398 páginas
...shoulder with our own white fellow citizens and the allied nations that are fighting for democracy. We make no ordinary sacrifice but we make it gladly and willingly with our eyes lifted to the hills. The Harlem radicals were shocked. And it was Hubert Harrison, the senior among them, who made what...
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Ethnic Armies: Polyethnic Armed Forces from the Time of the Habsburgs to the ...

N. F. Dreisziger - 1990 - 202 páginas
...shoulder with our own white fellow citizens and the allied nations that are fighting for democracy. We make no ordinary sacrifice, but we make it gladly and willingly with our eyes lifted to the hills. 31 The following month, DuBois wrote that "the American Negro ... is more than willing to do his full...
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America in the Great War: The Rise of the War Welfare State

Ronald Schaffer - 1994 - 244 páginas
...shoulder with our own white fellow citizens and the allied nations that are fighting for democracy. We make no ordinary sacrifice, but we make it gladly and willingly with our eyes lifted to the hills. In response to persuasion and encouragement, as the result of spontaneous patriotism, or in the hope...
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Politics of Black Nationalism: From Harlem to Soweto

Kinfe Abraham - 1991 - 292 páginas
...grievances and close ranks shoulder to shoulder with our fellow citizens. .. fighting for democracy. We make no ordinary sacrifice, but we make it gladly and willingly with our eyes lifted to the hills.' 7 Du Bois also stated that to 'close ranks' and fight with their white brothers was preferable to bargaining...
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African American Political Thought, 1890-1930: Washington, Du Bois, Garvey ...

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, Booker T. Washington, Marcus Garvey, Asa Philip Randolph - 1995 - 344 páginas
...shoulder with our own white fellow citizens and the allied nations that are fighting for democracy. We make no ordinary sacrifice, but we make it gladly and willingly with our eyes lifted to the hills. 13 Returning Soldiers As the war came to a close, Dii Bois became more radical. The deteriorating racial...
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African Amer Pol Thought

...shoulder with our own white fellow citizens and the allied nations that are fighting for democracy. We make no ordinary sacrifice, but we make it gladly and willingly with our eyes lifted to the hills. 13 Returning Soldiers As the war came to a close, Du Bois became more radical. The deteriorating racial...
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