National Negro Congress The Official Proceedings of the National Negro Congress
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One pamphlet entitled "The Official Proceedings of the National Negro Congress," dated February 14, 1936. Item gives an account of the first meeting of the National Negro Congress. Delves into its inception, a speech by the the president of the NNC, A. Philips Randolph, reflection of African American rights aligned with a Farmer Labor Party, and the rise of fascism in Italy and Ethiopia.
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