A letter from the University of Chicago Student League to Governor Miller. Members of the league united in protest against the verdict of Haywood Patterson's second trial. They ask Governor Miller to exercise his power to free the Scottsboro Boys.
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...
A resolution from 5,000 Westside Negro workers in Chicago demanding change of venue, protection, and immediate release after the March 1933 Decatur trial. The resolutions also contains demands including for protection for Negro families from labor...
A resolution from workers in Chicago asking for the release of Eugene Williams and Roy Wright before their June 22, 1933 Juvenile Court trial in Decatur. This is one of many similar form resolutions on this subject in the archive.
In the pamphlet Milner gives a "testimony" to argue against giving African American political power, and he blames the Republican Party for discord in the state: "There has not been a moment of peace in Alabama, since the black Republican party was...
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