The Harlem Friendship of Joel Augustus Rogers (1880-1966) and Hubert Henry Harrison (1883-1927)

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					The Harlem Friendship of Joel Augustus Rogers (1880-1966) and Hubert Henry Ha...
Thabiti Asukile
Afro - America
				
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Description: [...] Harrison had embraced Rogers' 1917 From Superman to Man (FSM) when other African Americans had initially ignored it. [...] probably the most important reason for this friendship, was the fact that both men had abandoned Christianity and embraced the rationalism of the freethought movement of the late nineteenth century, and shared a common interest in African and world history.8 Harrison was born in St. Croix, Danish West Indies, on April 27, 1883, and according to Rogers, his parents were of "unmixed African ancestry."
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