June 19, The great scientist was a radical egalitarian—but subject nonetheless to some of the biases of his time. His s travel diaries contain shocking slurs against Chinese people. For the likes of us the mere thought is unspeakably dreary.
He rose to prominence in a time when segregation was legal in America and black people were being lynched by white mobs, especially in the South. His father was a runaway slave who went on to graduate from Lincoln University, and his mother came from a family of Quakers who worked for the abolition of slavery.
His family was familiar with hardship and the determination to rise above it. His own life was no less challenging. InPaul won a four-year academic scholarship to Rutgers University. In spite of open violence and racism expressed by teammates, Robeson won 15 varsity letters in sports baseball, basketball, track and was twice named to the All American Football Team.
Eslanda Cordoza Goode, who was to become the first black woman to head a pathology laboratory. He took a job with a law firm, but left when a white secretary refused to take dictation from him. He decided to leave the practice of law and use his artistic talents in theater and music to promote African American history and culture.
On stage in London, Robeson earned international critical acclaim for his lead role in Othello, winning the Donaldson Award for Best Acting Performance for his portrayal of Othello on Broadway.
Paul noted that his travels had taught him that racism was not as virulent in Europe as it was in the United States.
At home, it was difficult to find restaurants that would serve him; theaters in New York would only seat blacks in the upper balconies and his performances were often surrounded with threats or outright harassment. Paul Robeson used his deep baritone voice to promote black spirituals, to share the cultures of other countries and to benefit the social movements of his time.
Robeson became known as a citizen of the world, as comfortable with the people of Moscow and Nairobi as with the people of Harlem.Automatic works cited and bibliography formatting for MLA, APA and Chicago/Turabian citation styles.
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