Tag Archives: african american history

A riot breaks out in Harlem

17 Oct

The New York Age, March 30, 1935

Guest column: Probable causes of the Harlem riot

18 Sep

The New York Age, April 13, 1935

Missionaries: Stay home and convert your own damn lynchers!

17 Sep

Would hang Mr. Ray, a ‘muddled reactionary’

3 Sep

This second letter is the one my father refers to in his column on Sept. 15, 1934. The same arguments on capital punishment are still being argued today. As for me, I would have to agree with Mr. Streator, though not on the hanging part :). My dad wrote the original column on Sept. 1, 1934.

The New York Age, September 8, 1934

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

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