James Weldon Johnson

(June 17th, 1871 – June 26th, 1938)

James Weldon Johnson was an American civil rights activist, a leader in the NAACP, an appointed US Consul in Venezuela and Nicaragua, the first Black professor at New York University, a creative literature and writing professor at Fisk University, and an author.

James Weldon Johnson is a book author.

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