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  • ISBN 0253201357
  • ISBN13 978-0253201355
  • Language English
  • Author Walter White
  • Publisher Indiana University Press (1970)
  • Pages 382
  • Formats mobi mbr docx doc
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1154 kb
  • Size Fb2 1661 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 568


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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. First published in 1948, A Man Called White is the autobiography of the famous civil rights activist Walter White during his first thirty years of service to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. White joined the NAACP in 1918 and served as its executive secretary from 1931 until his death in 1955. His recollections tell not only of his personal life.

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Book Format: Choose an option . His recollections tell not only of his personal life, but amount to an insider's history of the association's first decades. Although an African American, White was fair-skinned, blond-haired, and blue-eyed.

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Nilador
I ran across this book hoping to find books about Black people who look white and how they were treated in America. This is the book I found and was I surprised to find out about this man. I had never heard of Walter White but I'm glad I did. He was a great Black man. It's a great history book. He should be talked about in our history books. I should have known about him.

Mr. White did some brave things to help his people and I'm so glad he did. Please purchase this book and learn more about Black History or better yet, American History!
Llanonte
Very readable and good insight from White himself.
CrazyDemon
good read
Groll
I read this autobiography in college, and it took my breath away. White, who was executive secretary of the NAACP until his death in the mid 1950s, writes candidly of his work and life in the fight for civil rights. The book title is a play on his last name and the fact that his mixed ancestry left him with light skin, blonde hair and blue eyes. He used his appearance to help him get evidence in lynching investigations, and was successful because the lynchers thought he was white (being born and raised in Atlanta didn't hurt either!) The man was no saint (ditched his wife to marry another woman, a practice I don't endorse) but you cannot read this book without having some kind of change in your thinking on race relations--then or now.