The Contribution of the Negro to Democracy in America Notecard by Charles White

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This notecard features a reproduction of Charles White’s The Contribution of the Negro to Democracy in America (1943).

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The Contribution of the Negro to Democracy in America is a work that greatly defines what Charles White aimed to do during his career: to uplift and educate others on the importance of African American engagement in American culture, history, and democracy.

Included in the composition are such figures as Nat Turner, Sojourner Truth, and Denmark Vesey–all of whom were people who believed in the liberation and enlightenment of African Americans.

Commissioned in 1943, White painted this mural in Clarke Hall on Hampton University’s campus, where students and faculty alike could forever see how their place in society is not only valuable but imperative.

7″ h x 5″ w

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Dimensions 7 × 5 in
Color

Green, White

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