First published in 1937 by Edward K. Meador of Meador Publishing Company, The Old Negro and The New Negro by Dr. Thomas LeRoy Jefferson is considered one of the treasures among books on African-American social issues and American cultural history.
Republished by a great-great-niece through BePublished.Org in 2006, The Old Negro and The New Negro by T. LeRoy Jefferson, M.D., has had no contextual alterings and features the photograph of one of Dr. Jefferson's late nephews.
Dr. Jefferson wrote this work as a primary way to advise people of African descent living in America as to how to solve the rash of perplexing and often dehumanizing problems faced. In it, he attacks problems endured by the Black race and makes forecasts about new problems to come.
A number of his predictions have long come to pass, making The Old Negro and The New Negro by T. LeRoy Jefferson, M.D., a timeless piece of early 20th Century art that is filled with past and contemporary achievements, facts, problems and advice readily applicable in 21st Century America and beyond.
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