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A. Philip Randolph and the Struggle for Civil Rights by Cornelius L. Bynum

By Cornelius L. Bynum

A. Philip Randolph's occupation as a alternate unionist and civil rights activist essentially formed the process black protest within the mid-twentieth century. status along W. E. B. Du Bois, Marcus Garvey, and others on the heart of the cultural renaissance and political radicalism that formed groups comparable to Harlem within the Twenties and into the Nineteen Thirties, Randolph formed an knowing of social justice that mirrored a deep information of the way race advanced classification matters, particularly between black employees. reading Randolph's paintings in lobbying for the Brotherhood of drowsing vehicle Porters, threatening to steer a march on Washington in 1941, and setting up the reasonable Employment perform Committee, Cornelius L. Bynum exhibits that Randolph's push for African American equality came about inside of a broader revolutionary application of commercial reform. Bynum interweaves biographical info with information on how Randolph steadily shifted his wondering race and sophistication, complete citizenship...

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A. Philip Randolph and the Struggle for Civil Rights

A. Philip Randolph's profession as a exchange unionist and civil rights activist essentially formed the process black protest within the mid-twentieth century. status along W. E. B. Du Bois, Marcus Garvey, and others on the heart of the cultural renaissance and political radicalism that formed groups similar to Harlem within the Nineteen Twenties and into the Thirties, Randolph shaped an knowing of social justice that mirrored a deep know-how of ways race advanced category issues, particularly between black employees.

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My colleagues in the History Department at Purdue University have been equally important in the development of this book. In big and small ways, they have been instrumental in my development as a scholar and writer. In particular, I would like to thank my department head, R. Douglas Hurt, and Randy Roberts, Susan Curtis, Robert May, Frank Lambert, and Nancy Gabin, each of whom read my work and provided critical feedback that greatly improved the final product. I would also like to acknowledge the invaluable assistance and professionalism of the library staff at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the Newberry Library, and the Library of Congress Manuscripts Division.

Finally, my discussion of Randolph and socialism complements Jeffrey Perry’s Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883–1918 and Joyce Moore Turner’s Caribbean Crusaders and the Harlem Renaissance. Both scholars probe intersections between race, class, and radical politics among black intellectuals in the early twentieth century. Randolph’s pursuit of equal justice for African Americans led him to conclude that this required that all citizens, regardless of race, be afforded fair access to the economic, civic, social, and political benefits of modern society.

And he remembered the Richmond Hotel on Broad Street where in later years jazz luminaries like Cab Calloway, Billie Holiday, and Ella Fitzgerald would stay. 2 Randolph’s parents and brother, the most important influences in his early life, also made lasting impressions on him. ” 4 In their own unique ways, Randolph’s father, mother, and brother all taught him important lessons that he carried throughout his life. 6 To avoid the worst aspects of the discrimination and violence that became even more brutal through the 1890s, his family generally withdrew into the relative security of home and church life.

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