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What audience do you think is being addressed by the speaker in "If We Must Die"?

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During his stay in the United States in 1919, Claude McKay witnessed and suffered brutal assaults against African Americans. During the Red Summer, racial tensions surged across the country, resulting in riots. McKay published "If We Must Die" in opposition to racial injustice and attacks on African Americans.

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