National Urban League Negro Digest - October 1944
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One issue of Negro Digest dated October 1944. Contains writing predominately by African American authors providing representation of the African American experience through essays about historical references and travelling abroad. This issue includes a roundtable discussion if Jim Crows affecting musicians, segregation, labor, and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt reelection.
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