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Books with title Prayers for Dark People

  • Prayers for Dark People

    W.E.B. Du Bois, Herbert Aptheker

    Paperback (University of Massachusetts Press, Aug. 28, 1980)
    A collection of prayers written by Du Bois for students at Atlanta University, thoughtfully compiled and introduced by Herbert Aptheker. These prayers are deeply commited to paying attention to and caring for the inner lives of black Americans. Biblical familiarity and agnosticity are both present in these autobiographical writings, uplifting the hopes and practices of W. E. B. Du Bois's life, while meditating on the still relevant question of how to make "a good life for all".
  • Prayers for dark people

    W. E. B Du Bois

    Hardcover (University of Massachusetts Press, Jan. 1, 1980)
  • Prayers for Dark People

    W.E.B. DuBois

    Audio CD (MasterBuy Audiobooks, Jan. 10, 2007)
    The values espoused in these prescriptions for daily living are universal in their appeal across race, nationality, and creed and stand as ethical guides to the well-lived life. As we hear the Prayers, we come to realize that these moral admonitions easily could have been titled Prayers for All People. An introduction provides interesting insight into DuBois tenure at Wilberforce College, then at Atlanta University and how the Prayers came to be. Read by Ameria Jones.
  • Prayers for Dark People

    W. E. B. Du Bois

    (Masterbuy Audio Books, Sept. 1, 1997)
    Presents a collection of prayers, homilies, and inspirational pieces directed to African American children and young adults.
  • Prayers for Little People

    Concordia Publishing House

    Paperback (Concordia Publishing, May 1, 1974)
    Read this book along with your parents. Take it to church and Sunday school to share with your teachers! Full color pictures by well known artist Don Kueker make this book of delightful, rhyming prayers even more beautiful.