Confronting the Veil: Abram Harris, Jr., E. Franklin Frazier, and Ralph Bunche, 1919-1941

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Academic freedom: Mordecai Johnson defends, in face of federal investigation, 77, 78; Harold Ickes supports, 79–80; Bunche on threat to, from ties to corporate interests, 177–80
AFL. See American Federation of Labor
Africa: Herskovits's study of, 129; Bunche's study of, 163
African Blood Brotherhood (ABB), 9
African cultural retention: search for, in black folkways, 109–11; and Herskovits/Frazier debate, 127–36, 155. See also Culture, black
Alexander, Sadie T. Mossell: unable to find academic work, 87
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America: and black labor, 93
Amenia Conference, Second, 4, 8; participants in, enunciate new economic-based vision, 10–11; calls for reformed democracy, 11–12; philosophy of, 14–15, 169; philosophy of, contrasted with NNA's platform of racial solidarity, 52–53; responses to, 90–92; Frazier's participation in, 149–50; Fullinwider on, 210–12
American Dilemma (Myrdal): Bunche contributes to, 160, 182–84
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 9; and lack of support for industrial unions, 91
American Federation of Teachers (AFT): Local 440. See Howard Teacher's Union
American Negro Academy (ANA), 19, 21, 59; exclusion of women by, 27
American Negro Labor Congress (ANLC), 3
American Student Union: Howard student support of, 59
American Youth Congress, 59
Anthology of American Negro Literature, The (Calverton), 117
Anti-racialism: shared by Harris, Frazier, and Bunche, 194, 196, 197. See also Racialism and anti-racialism
Armstrong, General Samuel Chapman, Technical High School: contrasted with Dunbar High School, 41
Assimilation: in Herskovits/Frazier debate, 129–30
Association of Oldest Inhabitants: and Washington, D.C., social and cultural life, 40
Atlanta University, 48
Baker, Lee, xvi
Bands of Mercy: and Washington, D.C., social and cultural life, 40
Bean, Robert Bennett: and racial stereotypes, 135, 136
Berghe, Pierre van den: on Frazier, 123
Bethel Literary and Historical Association: and Washington, D.C., social and cultural life, 40
Bethune, Mary McLeod, 52; as member of Roosevelt administration, 68
Bird, James, Jr., xiv
Black Belt thesis, 3, 4, 11; and CPUSA approach to blacks, 3
Black Bourgeoisie (Frazier), 202 “Black cabinet,” 68

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