In “A Refugee from His Race,” Carolyn L. Karcher, a professor emerita at Temple University, argues that Tourgée’s close association and dialogue with African Americans significantly influenced his crusade for racial equality.
In “A Refugee from His Race,” Carolyn L. Karcher, a professor emerita at Temple University, argues that Tourgée’s close association and dialogue with African Americans significantly influenced his crusade for racial equality. Andrew Hood
In “A Refugee from His Race,” Carolyn L. Karcher, a professor emerita at Temple University, argues that Tourgée’s close association and dialogue with African Americans significantly influenced his crusade for racial equality. Andrew Hood

An early crusader against segregation

May 26, 2016 10:30 AM

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