Forum for Protest, The Black Press During World War II.
An examination of the wartime role of the Black press on the home front and in the armed services during the Second World War. Section headings in the book include “The Back Press on the Eve of World War II”; “The Black Press Under Attack”; “Origins and Aims of the ‘Double V’”; “The Pittsburgh Courier and the Quota Movement”; “Draft Resistance”; “In Defense of Black Servicemen”; and “Military Justice for the Black Serviceman.” A superb copy.
Description: Forum for Protest, The Black Press During World War II.
Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, (1975). First Edition. Publisher’s cloth; without dust jacket. Fine condition.
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