Freedomways, a Quarterly Review of the Negro Freedom Movement. Vol. 2, No. 3.
Early issue of an important political and cultural journal focused on civil rights, published from 1961 to 1985. Freedomways was founded by Louis Burnham, Edward Strong, W.E.B. Du Bois and Shirley Graham, the latter being Du Bois’ wife and the journal’s first editor. In addition to the main articles there was a readers’ forum and book reviews.
Articles in this issue include “The Tuskegee Voting Story” by Charles G. Gomillion; “What Price Prejudice?” by Whitney Young, Jr.; “Desegregation and the Economy of the South” by James A. Moss; “The Negro Woman and the Law” by Maude White Katz; “A Black Woman Speaks” by Beulah Richardson; and “The Southern Youth Movement” by Horace Julian Bond. An illustrated section shows four block prints by Margaret G. Burroughs including portraits of Sojourner Truth and Crispus Attucks.
Description: Freedomways, a Quarterly Review of the Negro Freedom Movement. Vol. 2, No. 3.
New York: Freedomways Associates, Inc., Summer 1962. pp229–350. 9 x 6 inches. Stiff paper covers. Light soiling; Very Good.