How do i Answer this question
- One aspect of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” is the relationship between past and present that appears in the poem. In what terms does James Weldon Johnson express that relationship?
- What sort of past does the poem recall?
- In what way is the present different from the past?
- What value is there in recalling the past? How does the past recall in the present still feel relevant today? (Or if you think it does not seem relevant, explain why not.)