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Who Speaks for the Negro?

Warren, Robert Penn Who speaks for the Negro?, takes this question and many others to the leaders of the then Negro movement. Published in 1965, Warren interviews prominent writers, business people whose ideas shaped the movement. Warren described this work as a "transcript of conversations, with settings and commentaries." His conversations include James Baldwin, Izell Blair, Stokely Carmichael, Dr. Kenneth Clark, Ralph Ellis, Carl T. Rowan and many others.


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