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Book Review: Visualizing and Honoring Black America: Two books about the Story W. E. B. Du Bois told at the 1900 Paris Exposition with Data Portraits

Book Review: Visualizing and Honoring Black America: Two books about the Story W. E. B. Du Bois told at the 1900 Paris Exposition with Data Portraits

W. E. B. Du Bois, the brilliant Black scholar and one of the most consequential Americans of the 20th century, operated on an international stage where many people had a difficult time believing that he existed. “At the turn of the century,” writes Aldon Morris, the Leon Forrest Professor of Sociology and African American Studies

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Patrick T. Reardon is a Chicagoan, born and bred. He is a writer, essayist, poet and expert on the history of Chicago. He is the author of ten books and has been writing about the city, its region, its planning issues and literary scene for more than 40 years. For much of that time, he was an urban affairs reporter and feature writer at the Chicago Tribune, delving deeply into social issues, public policy questions and the interconnections within the Chicago region.

 

He was the primary reporter and team leader on a wide variety of in-depth multi-part series on such subjects as the urban underclass, Chicago’s public school system and the middle-class migration out of the city. He has written extensively about his Catholic faith in articles and essays in a variety of newspapers and magazines, as well as in several books. His essays and poems have appeared widely in the United States and Europe.

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