Storey, Moorfield, (1845-1929) The Negro Question.
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One edition of "The Negro Question," by Moorfield Storey dated June 27, 1918. The item is a reprint of an address delivered before the Wisconsin Bar Association. Discusses the treatment of African Americans utilizing data on lynching, comparing arrests made against African Americans compared to white people, and segregation in schools.
Moorfield Storey was the founding president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Reprinted by the NAACP.
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