A week-by-week account from 1939 to 1945 of efforts to advance the Black rights struggle in face of patriotic appeals to postpone resistance to lynch-mob terror and racist discrimination until after U.S. ?victory? in World War II. These struggles'of a piece with rising anti-imperialist battles in Africa, Asia, and the Americas'helped lay the basis for the mass civil rights movement in the postwar decades. Chronology, glossary, notes, index.
Fighting Racism in World War II
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