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duty which the colored people owe to themselves. A sermon delivered at Metzerott Hall, Washington, D.C., November 17, 1867 by Charles Brandon Boynton

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Published in [Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • African Americans,
  • United States -- Race relations

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Rev. Dr. Boynton.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE185.6 .B79
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23358098M
LC Control NumberCA 25001511

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Seven key principles can be gleaned from “Our Duty to the Colored People”: 1. Equal love: Christ died just as much for the black people as for the white people, and the God of the white man is also the God of the black man. 2. Equal reward: The black man's name is written next to the white man's name in the book . His book Colored People is a splendid novel, and a classic memoir. It is a moving account about what it was to be colored in the United States of the s. The stage for his novel is his native Piedmont, an immigrant town in West Virginia, which he describes in the most vivid and sentimental terms/5. The same price was paid for the salvation of the colored man as for that of the white man, and the slights put upon the colored people by many who claim to be redeemed by the blood of the Lamb, and who therefore acknowledge themselves debtors to Christ, misrepresent Jesus, and reveal that selfishness, tradition, and prejudice pollute the soul.   Whoever of the human family give themselves to Christ, whoever hear the truth and obey it, become children of one family. The ignorant and the wise, the rich and the poor, the heathen and the slave, white or black–Jesus paid the purchase money for their souls. If they believe on Him, His cleansing blood is applied to them.

But as Myers makes clear in , as he did in , any vital social movement that reimagines the role of people of color in our world must also provide young minds a way to see this change reflected. And that will happen when people demand that children can see themselves reflected in the pages of children’s books. Year Published: Language: English Country of Origin: United States of America Source: Johnson, J.W. () The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man . Coloured, a person of mixed European (“white”) and African (“black”) or Asian ancestry, as officially defined by the South African government from to Individuals assigned to this classification originated primarily from 18th- and 19th-century unions between men of higher and women of. For the reasons indicated we owe chiefly to these that I have named the necessary protection of daily life; but companionship, conviviality, counsel, conversation, advice, consolation, sometimes reproof also, have their most fruitful soil in friendship, and that is the most pleasant friendship which is cemented by resemblance in character.