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African Methodist Episcopal Church Review, Vol. 28, Num. 1
			
Vol. 28, No. 1.   JULY, 1911.    Whole No. 109

             The A.M.E. CHURCH REVIEW

                PUBLISHED QUARTERLY.
                  

    
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		  Some private distinctiveness of thought
		  is necessary to produce personality in 
		  an individual, and without personality
		  human units are not persons but
		  things,--pawns in the game of life--
		  driftwood of society--derelicts in the 
                  sea of tine-footballs of circumstance
                  --slaves of fashion--hewers of wood
                  and drawers of water.  So with the
                  races.  One that tries to conform the 
                  education of its members to the ideas                   
                  set by another race, however friendly
		  that race may be, can never evolve
                  those distinctive racial traits that
                  make  for ethnic entity.  A race must
                  produce philosophers of its own blood
                  to formulate for it an ethnic conscious-         
                  ness before it can win the respect of
                  mankind, and count one among the
                  tribes and peoples of the earth.--C. V.
		  Roman


		H. T. Kealing, A.M., Editor and Publisher,
             206 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn., U. S. A.



      Entered as Second-Class Matter in the Post Office at Nashville, Tennessee.




			
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OHS/National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center Serial Collection

African Methodist Episcopal Church Review, Vol. 28, Num. 1

Volume:  28
Issue Number:  01
Date:  07/1911


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