David Levering Lewis Quote: “The commitment to literacy was constant…”

The commitment to literacy was constant on the part of African Americans. And the percentages of literacy by the end of the century, by 1900, basic literacy has galloped ahead. People believed that education, of course, was the turnstile for advancement.

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Name: David Levering Lewis
Profession: Historian
Nationality: American
Birthday: May 25, 1936
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