Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy
New York (N.Y.) - Announcing and outlining the objectives and prospective proceedings of a January 29 all-day conference on China policy.
Civil Rights Congress (U.S.)
New York (N.Y.) - Announcing a people's conference on fighting the McCarran Act, explaining why the McCarran Act is dangerous, and providing a form for signing up for the conference.
Dyer, Jacob A.
United States - Concerning his relief from duty due to the lack of vacancy in "all-Negro units" and the policy that a "Negro" chaplain cannot be admitted to a "white unit."
Day, Caroline Bond
United States - Soliciting more information about "families including persons of mixed blood in this country." Directing responses to The Crisis office. Copied from Day's letter to W. E. B. Du Bois, item mums312-b181-i445.
Committee for Peaceful Alternatives
Chicago (Ill.) - Stating their appeal for the end of the Cold War.
1948 Dec. 24
Legislative Assembly and Rally for Civil Rights (1949: Washington, D.C.) . Organizing Committee
Washington (D.C.) - Calling for participants in an assembly and a rally for Civil Rights to be held on February 11th and 12th, 1949. Signed by J. Finley Wilson, W. E. B. Du Bois, Benjamin F. Mays, William H. Jernagin, O. Ward Nichols, John Wesley Dobbs, and William H. Borders.