Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Educational Committee, 1956. Pamphlet. 15p.,8.5x11 inch sheets stapled (twice) along left edge. Pages browned/age -toned. Creasing and small stain to lower right corner of detached front cover. Final page loose at lower staple.
"How to make history during Negro History Week." Includes a greeting from Bill Foster, a discussion guide(centered around the the article by Edward Strong in the December Political Affairs entitled "The Till Case and the Negro Liberation Movement.") "Highlights of 1955 in the struggle for equal rights in Los Angeles." A page on the U.A.W. role in the fight for civil rights. A call to end segregation in the Fire Department and suggested themes for leaflets. A personal highlight? The announcement of the November leaflet contest winner... "to the Boethcher Club in the Eastern Division ... $10 worth of mimeographing equipment for its winning leaflet in English, Spanish, and Yiddish on the Till murder."
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