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HENRY HIGHLAND GARNET An Address to the Slaves of the United States of America (1843) 1 JERMAIN WESLEY LOGUEN I Am a Fugitive Slave (1850) 8 SOJOURNER TRUTH Ain't I a Woman? (1851) 11 FREDERICK DOUGLASS "What, to the Slave, is the Fourth of uly? (1852) 13 JOHN SWEAT ROCK A Deep and Cruel Prejudice (1862) 35 JOHN MERCER LANGSTON Equality Before the Law (1874) 43 JAMES T. RAPIER The Civil Rights Bill (1875) 57 ALEXANDER CRUMMELL The Black Woman of the South: Her Neglects and and Her Needs (1883) 73 BOOKER T. WASHINGTON Atlanta Exposition Address (1895) 81 W.E.B. Du Bois To the Nations of the World (1900) 85 MARY CHURCH TERRELL What It Means to be Colored in the Capital of the United States (1906) 88 FRANCIS J. GRIMIK Equality of Rights for All Citizens: Black and "White, Alike (1909) 92 IDA B. WELLS-BARNETT This Awful Slaughter (1909) 98 MARCUS GARVEY The Principles of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (1922) 102 MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE "What Does American Democracy Mean to Me? (1939) 109 MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. I Have a Dream (1963) 111 MALCOLM X The Ballot or The Bullet (1964) 115 SHIRLEY CHISHOLM The Black Woman in Contemporary America (1974) 132 THURGOOD MARSHALL The Constitution:A Living Document (1987) 138 BARACK OBAMA Knox College Commencement Address (2005) 143