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Teaching The New Negro

The New Negro

During World War I, African-American soldiers fought bravely to defend the United States and democracy. When they returned home, however, white Americans did not welcome them with open arms. Instead, they were treated as second-class citizens by law in the South, and by custom in the North.

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Stanford University Press


What caused cultural changes in the African American community during the 1920s?
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