A letter from a World War I veteran to Governor Miller. He wonders why African Americans in the United States may fight for justice but receive none at home. He asks the governor to give justice to African Americans.
A letter from the Negro Businessmen's League signed by "Dr. George G. Mehlen" representing 1,161 members. The letter protests the 1933 verdicts from Judge Callahan's court and declares the Scottsboro defendants' innocence. It claims the NBL is...
A form resolution from employees of Pennsylvania Dye Works responding to the 1933 Decatur trial and claiming the Scottsboro Boys innocence. They ask for the boys' unconditional and immediate release and declare a half-hour work stoppage in protest....
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