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Negro Freedom Rally ... Madison Square Garden, Monday, June 26 7:30 P.M.: Noted Speakers, Great Artists, and a Colorful Pageant "New World a-Coming" ... Written and Directed by Owen Dodson

initiated by Negro Labor Victory Committee, Peoples Committee, and affiliated organizations
Format
Book; Broadside
Published
[New York, N.Y. : Negro Labor Victory Committee, 1944?]
Language
English
Related Title
Victory: over facism, Jim Crowism, anti-semitism. -- Unity: behind our commander-in-chief for a speedy victory, a just and lasting peace. -- Equality: everywhere, in the armed forces, jobs for all, the right to vote. -- Objectives: pass anti-poll tax bill. Strengthen the F.E.P.C. Preserve United Nations coalition. Maintain labor and people's unity.
Summary
Illustration by Ben Yomen, shows two armed men separated from their goal of "Freedom" by a barbed wire fence of "Hitlerism, Jim Crow and Anti-Semitism."
Description
1 sheet ([1] p.) : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
Notes
Goals listed on the right side include: Victory: over facism, Jim Crowism, anti-semitism. -- Unity: behind our commander-in-chief for a speedy victory, a just and lasting peace. -- Equality: everywhere, in the armed forces, jobs for all, the right to vote. -- Objectives: pass anti-poll tax bill. Strengthen the F.E.P.C. Preserve United Nations coalition. Maintain labor and people's unity.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Transferred from Jackson Davis Papers, MSS 3072, Box 12.
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