Alain Locke: Faith and Philosophy



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757 Locke to Shoghi Effendi, undated (postmarked 11 June 1930), Research Department, Bahá’í World Centre, Memorandum to The Universal House of Justice, 26 December 2001.

758 Shoghi Effendi to Locke, 5 July 1930, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-10, Folder 2 (Afnan, Ruhi).

759 Alain Locke Papers, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, Manuscript Division, Box 164-143, Folder 3 (Writings by Locke—Notes. Christianity spirituality, religion).

760 Romare Bearden and Harry Henderson, A History of African-American Artists From 1792 to the Present (New York: Pantheon Books, 1993), 242.

761 Harlan Ober, “The Bahá’í Congress at Green Acre,” Star of the West 16.1 (April 1925): 525. Courtesy of Jeff Palermo, e-mail message, 1 May 2002.

762 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-124, Folder 15 (“The Preservation of the Democratic Ideal”), 5.

763 Alain Locke, “Enter the New Negro,” Survey Graphic 53:11 (1 March 1925): 631–34. Reprinted in Jeffrey C. Stewart, ed., The Critical Temper of Alain Locke: A Selection of His Essays on Art and Culture (New York and London: Garland, 1983), 9.

764 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-105, Folder 33 ([re: America’s position in world affairs in relation to race.] Speech over station KMYR, Denver. 6 August 1944).

765 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-105, Folder 33 ([re: America’s position in world affairs in relation to race.] Speech over station KMYR, Denver. 6 August 1944).

766 Alain Locke, “Reason and Race,” in Stewart, The Critical Temper of Alain Locke, 327.

767 Alain Locke, “Reason and Race,” in Stewart, The Critical Temper of Alain Locke, 326.

768 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-112, Folder 6: “Concept of Democracy.” Outline of lecture for Philosophy of Democracy course. 10 Dec. 1947.

769 Leonard Harris, “Preface,” in idem, ed., The Critical Pragmatism of Alain Locke: A Reader in Value Theory, Aesthetics, Community, Culture, Race, and Education (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999), xi.

770 Judith Green, “Cosmopolitan Unity Amidst Valued Diversity: Alain Locke’s Vision of Deeply Democratic Transformation,” Deep Democracy: Community, Diversity, and Transformation (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999), 95–134. Other previous literature will be cited throughout.

771 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-112, Folder 6 (“Concept of Democracy.”). Outline of lecture for Philosophy of Democracy course. 10 Dec. 1947, 1.

772 Locke, Race Contacts and Interracial Relations, 66.

773 Chicago Defender, no date available.

774 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-113, Folder 4 ([re: democracy] Departure speech to students at Talladega College, 1941), 1.

775 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-113, Folder 4 ([re: democracy] Departure speech to students at Talladega College, 1941), 1–2.

776 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-113, Folder 4 ([re: democracy] Departure speech to students at Talladega College, 1941), 2.

777 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-112, Folder 18 (“Creative Democracy”), 1.

778 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-112, Folder 18 (“Creative Democracy”), 2.

779 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-113, Folder 4 ([re: democracy] Departure speech to students at Talladega College, 1941), 2.

780 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-113, Folder 4 ([re: democracy] Departure speech to students at Talladega College, 1941), 2–3.

781 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-124, Folder 15 (“The Preservation of the Democratic Ideal”), 5.

782 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-113, Folder 4 ([re: democracy] Departure speech to students at Talladega College, 1941), 3–4.

783 Alain Locke, “Democracy Faces a World Order,” Harvard Educational Review 12.2 (March 1942): 124.

784 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-112, Folder 6 (“Concept of Democracy”). Outline of lecture for Philosophy of Democracy course. 10 Dec. 1947, 1.

785 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-123: Folder 19 (“Peace Between Black and White in the United States”).

786 Alain Locke, World View on Race and Democracy: A Study Guide in Human Group Relations (Chicago: American Library Association, 1943), 5.

787 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-113, Folder 4 ([re: democracy] Departure speech to students at Talladega College, 1941), 4–5.

788 Alain Locke, “Reason and Race,” in Stewart, The Critical Temper of Alain Locke, 320.

789 Alain Locke, “Ballad for Democracy,” Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life 18:8 (Aug. 1940): 228, cited by Wayne D. Shirley, “William Grant Still’s Choral Ballad ‘And They Lynched Him on a Tree’.” American Music 12:4 (Winter 1994): 425–37.

790 Alain Locke, “Reason and Race,” in Stewart, The Critical Temper of Alain Locke, 319.

791 Alain Locke, “Dawn Patrol: A Review of the Literature of the Negro for 1948,” Phylon 10:1–2 (1949): 5–14; 167–72. Reprinted in Jeffrey C. Stewart, The Critical Temper of Alain Locke: A Selection of His Essays on Art and Culture (New York and London: Garland, 1983), 337–49 [337].

792 Alain Locke, “Reason and Race,” in Stewart, The Critical Temper of Alain Locke, 325.

793 Alain Locke, World View on Race and Democracy, 1.

794 Alain Locke, World View on Race and Democracy, 2, citing Howard H. Brinton (no reference given).

795 Alain Locke, “Ballad for Democracy,” Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life 18:8 (Aug. 1940): 228, cited by Wayne D. Shirley, “William Grant Still’s Choral Ballad ‘And They Lynched Him on a Tree’,” American Music 12:4 (Winter 1994): 425–37.

796 Alain Locke, “A Critical Retrospect of the Literature of the Negro for 1947,” Phylon 9:1 (1948): 3–12. Reprinted in Jeffrey C. Stewart, The Critical Temper of Alain Locke: A Selection of His Essays on Art and Culture (New York and London: Garland, 1983), 329–36 [329].

797 “[Through Mrs. Ruth Cranston] Report on The Race Problem in the American Area.” Alain Locke Papers, MSRC. Box 164-43, Folder 3 (Writings by Locke—Notes[:] Christianity, spirituality, religion.), 1.

798 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-105, Folder 34 (“American Education’s Latest Task: Teaching Democracy.” [incomplete]), 8.

799 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-105, Folder 34 (“American Education’s Latest Task: Teaching Democracy.” [incomplete]), 8.

800 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-105, Folder 34 (“American Education’s Latest Task: Teaching Democracy.” [incomplete]), 8.

801 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-105, Folder 34 (“American Education’s Latest Task: Teaching Democracy.” [incomplete]), 8.

802 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-105, Folder 34 (“American Education’s Latest Task: Teaching Democracy.” [incomplete]), 8.

803 “[Through Mrs. Ruth Cranston] Report on The Race Problem in the American Area.” Alain Locke Papers, MSRC. Box 164-43, Folder 3 (Writings by Locke—Notes[:] Christianity, spirituality, religion.), 3.

804 Alain Locke, “Reason and Race,” in Stewart, The Critical Temper of Alain Locke, 327.

805 “The Seventeenth Annual Convention and Baha’i Congress,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 6 (1925): 3.

806 Louis Gregory, “A Convention for Amity,” 273.

807 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-124, Folder 15 (“The Preservation of the Democratic Ideal”), 1–2.

808 Alain Locke, World View on Race and Democracy, 18.

809 Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-143, Folder 3 (Christianity, spirituality, religion).

810 Walt Whitman, “Democratic Vistas,” in Leaves Of Grass And Selected Prose, ed. Ellman Crasnow, pp. 505–59 (London: Orion Publishing Group, 1993 [1871]), cited by Jim Garrison (Virginia Tech.), “Reflections on Whitman, Dewey, and Educational Reform: Reclaiming ‘Democratic Vistas’,” Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, 29th Annual Meeting, Portland, Maine, March 7–9, 2002. Online: .

811 Whitman, “Democratic Vistas,”
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