Stone Collection: Volume 65 - Item 15
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15. Edward E. Wilson, “The Joys of Being a Negro,” ? (?): 245-50.
Reflections on what it is like to be discriminated against as an African American. Although the essay is cynical in places, it offers many insights into the day-to-day life of African Americans in a white society at the turn of the Twentieth Century.