Civil Rights Congress Tells the Story

[Los Angeles]: Civil Rights Congress, [1951]. First Edition. Quarto (27.5cm); pictorial card wrappers, stapled; 64pp; illus. Light wear and subtle toning to wrapper extremities, with some faint vertical stress creasing and one tiny stain to front wrapper, and a small indentation to rear wrapper; contents fresh; Very Good+.

Volume produced by the Los Angeles chapter of the Civil Rights Congress, a national organization founded in 1946 dedicated to the defense of racial injustice. Contents include coverage of the CRC's involvement in cases related to police brutality, anti-semitism, and extradition, with featurettes on the case of Wesley Robert Wells, the "Trenton Six," Willie McGee, the Scottsboro Boys, the "Los Angeles 21," Hollywood Ten, and others. Illustrated throughout.

Price: $250.00

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