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James David Corrothers: The Closed Gate of Justice

As a young man James David Corrothers (1869-1917) entered the ministry and stayed in it his whole life.  He also wrote poetry and in his day was, among Black poets, second in popularity only to Paul Laurence Dunbar.  Like Dunbar … Continue reading

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