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Author Richard Wright (1908 1960) clearly delineated for the readers of Coronet why the Second World War was of great importance to the African American community:

"While there are many things wrong with American democracy as far as the Negro is concerned, his wrongs will not and cannot be righted by Hitler, Mussolini or Hirohito."

Click here to read more articles about African-Americans in the Second World War.

A few months later Ralph Ellison would write an article about Richard Wright and assorted other Black writers - Click here to read it...


Richard Wright on the Black Home Front (Coronet Magazine, 1942)

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