Summary Of The Souls Of Black Folk

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Du Bois in “The Souls of Black Folk” (1903) described the racial conflict, impact of prejudice and social interaction. Du Bois raised concerns about the significance of race for African American people and called race issues “double consciousness”. The book implies that even the collective desire of African Americans for participation in the culture has been regularly disabling by a brutal tide of racism, which de Bois called “veil of prejudice”. The African Americans demanded civil rights, equal opportunities and the “color-line” was the critical issue, which prevent them from becoming coequal society members. Today experiences and knowledge are highly influenced societies reaction to different multiple consciousness issues. In the present
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