Selden Richardson: Chapter Summary

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Selden Richardson, in his chapter “Black Entrepreneurs, Designers, Craftsmen, and Builders,” he claims that the ruling for “separate but equal” led to positive outcomes for the black community. The most positive outcome was the creation of black jobs building all black neighborhoods, specifically in Richmond, Virginia. These jobs included craftsmen, builders, architects, contractors, and loan companies.
In the last couple of weeks we have now discussed and read about black run newspapers. Ida B. Wells with Free Speech and Headlight, as well as her pamphlets Southern Horrors and The Red Record, and now John Mitchell Jr. and the Richmond Planet. Until Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Du Bois were there any other prominent publications of

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