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  • T. T.omas Fortune was an enemy of colonizationism and emigrationism.

    Exchange on Black Nationalism

  • In these very letters, as we have seen, whatever may be embarrassing (though I do not see why), such as Delany's documented opposition to emigrationism in 1851, is ignored or even denied.

    An Exchange on Black History

  • Was Delany opposed to all emigrationism as late as 1851?

    An Exchange on Black History

  • When he changed his mind in 1852, Professor Bell suspected, "he was minimizing his participation in anti-emigrationism of the Forties, and claiming that his emigrationist interests had begun in 1835" (p. 151).

    An Exchange on Black History

  • (c) In the preface, Delany mentioned his youthful pro-emigrationism in the 1830s but not his subsequent anti-emigrationism as late as 1851.

    An Exchange on Black History

  • On page 134, as I noted, he gave the exact citation for Delany's opposition to all emigrationism, even to Canada ” Voice of the Fugitive, September 24, 1851, pp. 2-3.

    An Exchange on Black History

  • Thus, he serves as a "father" of several black nationalisms ” not merely emigrationism.

    An Exchange on Black History

  • Once he locates the proper rubric ” which for Delany is, of course, emigrationism ” he can gleefully elaborate upon those aspects of Delany's life which do not "fit" ” and thus, contradict ” his categorization.

    An Exchange on Black History

  • Consequently, when Delany exhorted blacks to elevate themselves through increased racial consciousness and racial cohesion ” a strongly nationalistic position which existed independent of his forays into emigrationism ” his economic views reflected his long, if unhappy, involvement with white society.

    An Exchange on Black History

  • Moreover, Mr. Draper leads himself astray by his preoccupation with categorizing all black nationalist thought into two camps ” emigrationism and "internal statism."

    An Exchange on Black History

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