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1953 Jan.

Connecticut Peace Council (Bridgeport, Conn.)

Cultural Program for Brotherhood Month

Bridgeport (Conn.) - Advertising an event for better understanding of and friendship with the colored peoples of the world; Program of invent, featuring speech "Colonialism, Africa, and Peace" by W. E. B. Du Bois. Includes picture of Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois as well as the Saulsbury Choir.

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1952 May 17

New England Citizens Concerned for Peace (Roxbury, Mass.)

New England meets for peace

Roxbury (Mass.) - Describing and outlining the prospective proceedings of the group's May 17 meeting, featuring speakers W. E. B. Du Bois, Henry Cadbury, Russ Nixon, and Jerome Davis.

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1921 June

Pan African Congress

The fifth Pan-African congress Tunis

Indicating the basis, chairs, fees, prospective proceedings, timeliness, and agenda of this conference, including blank application form and letter from W. E. B. Du Bois noting finalization of relevant plans. Attached fragment notes that the Congress was ultimately forbidden by the French government and cancelled.

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1951 Oct.

Community Church of Boston (Boston, Mass.)


Boston (Mass.) - Advertising the Church's October program, feaaturing addresses by Frederick L. Schumann, Eduard C. Lindeman, Owen Lattimore, and Dr. Kirtley F. Mather, and noting W. E. B. Du Bois as among the "future speakers."

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1951 Sept. 6

Michigan Council for Peace

Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois and Miss Shirley Graham lecture program

Detroit (Mich.) - Outlining the program of the September 16 appearance of W. E. B. Du Bois and Shirley Graham at the Bethel M. E. Church in Detroit, and listing the members and chairmen of the event's welcoming committee.

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1921 May

Pan African Congress

The second Pan-African congress, Bulletin 2

Describing the dates, prospective proceedings, and logistical details of the Second Pan-African Congress; issued by Blaise Diagne, President, and W. E. B. Du Bois, Secretary; verso bears a series of 12 questions scripted by the former. Typed label indicates that this Congress was the best attended, with 200 delegates present.

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