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Slander, assaults and foul play

23 Aug

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The New York Age, October 20, 1934

A white editor and an Uncle Tom

22 Aug

The New York Age, October 13, 2010

White men in Harlem after dark

21 Aug

The New York Age, October 6, 1934

A first visit to Washington, DC; Nancy Cunard’s ‘Negro’

13 Aug

The New York Age, September 29, 1934

My friends call me Ebby, and other issues of the day

12 Aug

The New York Age, September 22, 1934

September 8, 1934

11 Aug

The New York Age, September 8, 1934

Hanging Mr. Ray ‘with his own suspenders’

11 Aug

I found the letter to the editor published  Sept. 8. 1934, from George Streator that this column refers to. I still agree with Streator. Sorry, Dad! This debate on capital punishment started with a column Ebenezer published Sept. 1, 1934.

The New York Age, September 15, 1934

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