Margaret Ross Martin
Margaret Ross Martin was an African American journalist who lived with her husband for a time in Havana. She wrote the essay The Negro in Cuba in 1931 and an obituary of the renowned AfroCuban leader Juan Gualberto Gomez. She also corresponded with WEB Dubois, who had an interest in connecting Blacks in Cuba with Blacks elsewhere in the Caribbean and in the US.
Una lectura conveniente, una invitacion para el debate. 8/20/2015 AfroCubaWeb: por Tomás Fernández Robaina, sobre El negro en Cuba (1931) de Margaret Ross Martin. Version español de The Negro in Cuba, 1931.
The Last Word in Cuba, Crisis, May 1933. Margaret Ross Martin's obituary of
Don Gualberto Gomez Ferrer.
The Negro in Cuba, 1931, Margaret Ross Martin
Letter from Margaret Ross Martin to W. E. B. Du Bois, February 18, 1931
Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois, ca. 1930
A biography of Du Bois, outlining his chief professional accomplishments and listing his "best known literary works." Margaret Ross Martin's translation of a Spanish-language article by unidentified author.
Letters to and from Margeret Ross Martin
[AfroCubaWeb] [Site Map] [Music] [Arts] [Authors] [News] [Search this site]