Whither the Negro in the present war. Will the democracies bring freedom to the darker races? Does Russia offer any hope? Should the United States enter the war? Hear these questions discussed at a symposium... Sunday Afternoon, April 7, 1940 at 3 P.M. Independent Labor League of America.

Whither the Negro in the present war. Will the democracies bring freedom to the darker races? Does Russia offer any hope? Should the United States enter the war? Hear these questions discussed at a symposium... Sunday Afternoon, April 7, 1940 at 3 P.M.

New York: The Independent Labor League of America, 1940. Leaflet, all text printed on one side only on pink paper, 8.5x11 inches, minor discoloration along one edge, "Lovestoneites" written in pencil in bottom margin.

Chair of the meeting: Clarence Jenkins, speakers were Rev. Adam Clayton Powell, Dr. Wilis N. Huggins, Frank Crosswaith, Edward Welsh, Mary Ovington and Jay Lovestone. Sponosered by Jay Lovestone's group (which dissolved in 1941).

Cat.No: 213160

Price: $90.00