Dichotomy of the Black Diaspora

Lee Catubay Paul
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  • Published: August 2015
  • Format: Dust Jacket Hardcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 354
  • Size: 5.5x8.5
  • ISBN: 9781480819009
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The investigation in Dichotomy of the Black Diaspora covers a broad sweep of history, geographically scattered settings, influences both personal and communal, and outcomes touching religion, politics, and education. By looking so broadly and deeply, Lee Catubay Paul presents a thorough study of the realities of the Black Diaspora, depicting the dichotomy that runs through the tapestry of Black history and experience.

After setting the background and exploring its nuances and details, Dichotomy of the Black Diaspora sets out the dichotomy, in which some members of the Black community choose to focus on temporal matters while others attend to their spiritual roots. In the end, one hears a call for Black people to recognize the reality of the dichotomy they face and to confront it: “As a people, it is important that they accept the bitter with the sweet in life. … They need to lift themselves up and use the bitter afflictions of the past as a catalyst to give them an impetus to help fortify the Black Diaspora.”

Whether you find yourself among the members of the Black Diaspora or you desire to understand the foundations and ramifications of this key element of humanity’s shared history, Dichotomy of the Black Diaspora will provide you with the background, context, reflection, and direction you need to see this phenomenon clearly and to understand it and its influences.

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