In the telegram several members of the organization criticize the dismissal of Dr. Lawrence D. Reddick from Alabama State College and ask that his case be given a fair hearing. They also suggest the formation of a biracial conference to examine...
A letter to Governor Miller that asks him to use his influence to give the Scottsboro Boys a just trial. Luke Osburn writes that he does not criticize the state of Alabama and he is not particularly interested in the Scottsboro Boys themselves, but...
In the first letter, written March 10, 1960, Evans disagrees with Sullivan's suggestion to close Alabama State College, arguing that the students who recently protested there "are only asking for the rights given them in the constitution of these...
In the message the congressmen criticize the president's involvement in the integration of the University of Mississippi, and they compare his actions to President Eisenhower's intervention in Little Rock, Arkansas. They demand the "immediate...
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