The mob spirit has grown with the increasing intelligence of the Afro-American.
So must we train ourselves to say the right name, "Afro-American."
To the Afro-American the South says, "the white man must and will rule."
He, too, is a great writer in defense of the Afro-American race.
In the creation of this healthier public sentiment, the Afro-American can do for himself what no one else can do for him.
On March 9, 1892, there were lynched in this same city three of the best specimens of young since-the-war Afro-American manhood.
The Afro-American convention is to meet on the 22d; that's Thursday of next week.
There was no law on the statute books which would execute an Afro-American for wounding a white man, but the "unwritten law" did.
To say "Afro-American" is to reunite us to our forefathers, both by blood and language.
The Afro-American himself did not know as he should have known as his journals should be in a position to have him know and act.