Black newspapers & America's war for...


Author : William G. Jordan
Publisher(year) : 2001
Number page : 254

Explains how the black press enlisted public suport for racial justice during World War I. A delicate balance was achieved between affirming patriotism and supporting President Wilson's war for democracy and demanding the government take steps to stop lynching, segregation and disenfranchisemen

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