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These clippings provide a unique journalistic record of black political, economic and cultural life in the early twentieth century with particular emphasis on the rural South. Virtually every facet of black life is covered from national events such as debates over voter disenfranchisement and Jim Crow legislation to local issues such as a black mother from Downingtown, Pennsylvania fighting the School Board order that would have sent her children to a segregated basement school.
With printed name and subject index.
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