- African-American Legal Associations
- The Depression Years
- NAACP Fights for Civil Rights
- African-Americans Labeled Communists
- World War I: Black Officers’ Training
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Our problem was then the second class citizenship that we were experiencing. We couldn’t go to the restaurants. We couldn’t go to the theaters. So we were saying, ‘Hey, we’ve got to do something about this.’ And the NAACP became a brain trust to get out of this, to relieve us of the oppressed conditions under which we were living.
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