"Imagine W.E.B. Du Bois, Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver and Marcus Garvey rolled into one fascist superman, and there you have Dr. Henry Belsidus. . . [The novels] are an Afrocentrist's dream." -- Henry Louis Gates, Jr., New York Times Book Review
Table of ContentsForeward, by John A. Williams
“The Black Internationale: Story of Black Genius Against the World"
"Black Empire: An Imaginative Story of a Great New Civilization in Modern Africa"
Afterword, by Robert A. Hill and R. Kent Rasmussen
A. Schuyler’s Story Notes (ca. 1936-1937)
B. “The Rise of the Black Internationale” (1938)
Bibliography: George S. Schuyler's Pittsburgh Courier fiction
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