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Missionaries: Stay home and convert your own damn lynchers!

17 Sep

Printer’s ink, the life blood of democracy

30 Aug

With current assaults on the press, including in South Africa, of all places, this column is validation that the fight continues.

The New York Age, December 8, 1934

Wanted: A legal Moses and Eunice Carter for Assembly

25 Aug

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The New York Age, November 3, 1934

Sonny Seward’s Blues

25 Jul

I wonder if my father was interested in writing hard-boiled crime fiction. Some of his columns about crime cases suggest that he might have.  He ends this column reminding readers that the injustice in the Scottsboro Boys’ case continues.

The New York Age, June 2, 1934

Ebenezer writes to Mr. Ray

20 Jul

A column to himself . . .  and another letter of praise

The New York Age, April 28, 1934

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