Right to Speak for Peace Committee (San Francisco, Calif.)
San Francisco (Calif.) - Criticizing the persecution of W. E. B. Du Bois and his co-defendants for failing to register as foreign agents and urging "we, the people... to stop the intimidation that makes people fear to utter, write or even think of the word, peace." Name and Vermont address of Helen MacMartin noted in pencil on verso.
1952 Nov. 30
United Citizens' Committee for Solidarity with South African Resistance (New York, N.Y.)
New York (N.Y.) - Calling the whole Harlem Community, and all "friends of African Freedom and American Democracy" to a November 30 salute to South Africa and describing some details of the event.
1953 Feb. 15
Southern California Peace Crusade (Organization)
Los Angeles (Calif.) - Describing and inviting the public to attend W. E. B. Du Bois's February 15 lecture on "Africa and the Future of the World" and naming some of the sponsors of the event.
1953 Mar. 23
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
New York (N.Y.) - Advertising the second annual "Great Night" hosted by the NAACP at Madison Square Garden; listing its participants, masters of ceremony, appeals, and numerous sponsors.
1952 May 24
Progressive Party of Indiana
Indianapolis (Ind.) - Advertising the May 24 appearance of "scholar, historian, and internationally respected spokesman for peace" W. E. B. Du Bois on "Peace or War; Civil Liberties or Suppression," sponsored by the Progressive Party of Indiana, and hosted at the First Baptist Church.
1952 Oct. 7
Progressive Party of Ohio
Cleveland (Ohio) - Advertising and inviting recipients to attend W. E. B. Du Bois's October 7 speech on "The Negro Voter & the Elections" at the Saint Paul A. M. E. Church in Cleveland, and sponsored by the Progressive Party of Ohio; verso bears "the facts" about the Ohio ballots' neglect of the Progressive Party candidates and urges recipients to write-in Hallinan and Bass on election day.... more