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25 Powerful Quotes From James Baldwin To Feed Your Soul

Written by Storyteller
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“In Search of a Majority”, Nobody Knows My Name

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The Fire Next Time, 1963

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“The Creative Process”, 1962

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WFMT (Chicago, IL) interview in 1961 from Conversations with James Baldwin

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“Eve Auchincloss and Nancy Lynch”, Conversations With James Baldwin

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Giovanni’s Room, 1956

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“Autobiographical Notes”, Notes Of A Native Son

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Interview for The New Negro (Ahmann, 1961)

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“Letter from a Region in My Mind”, The Fire Next Time

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The Fire Next Time, 1962

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“Words of a Native Son”, 1964

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“On Language, Race, and the Writer”, The Cross Of Redemption

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No Name In The Street, 1972

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“Mass Culture and the Creative Artist: Some Notes”, The Cross of Redemption

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“As Much Truth As One Can Bear”, New York Times Book Review

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No Name in the Street, 1972

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Nobody Knows My Name, 1961

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“White Racism or World Community?”, 1968

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“In Search of a Majority”, Nobody Knows My Name

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  • James Baldwin always intrigued me. Totally enjoy reading what he says. A lot I am in agreement with. He went through some tough stuff as an African Man born in America. After traveling to many other countries still choosing to come back and live out his life in America says a lot about conditioning and how it becomes a part of you even when it’s not all that good. I guess after having gone else where he found conditions wherever were even worse for Black People. we must be going to Heaven for we suffer as Jesus did. Humph !

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