CHRISTIANITY ISLAM AND THE NEGRO RACE, by Edward W. Blyden
With Introduction by the Hon Samuel Lewis
A native of St. Thomas, West Indies, Edward Wilmot Blyden (1832-1912) lived most of his life on the African continent. He was an accomplished educator, linguist, writer, and world traveler, who strongly defended the unique character of Africa and its people. Christianity, Islam and the Negro Race is an essential collection of his writings on race, culture, and the African personality.