White Violence and Black Response: From Reconstruction to Montgomery

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INDEX
Aaron, Edward, 410-11
Abbeville County (S.C.), 75
Abernathy, Ralph, 444, 446, 451
Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 236
Abyssinian Baptist Church ( New York), 446
"Abyssinians," 176, 492 n. 2
Abzug, Bella, 397, 398
Acheson, Dean, 371
"Action Discipline" (CORE), 346
Acts of Tyranny and Terror ( Southern Tenant Farmers' Union), 246, 247
Adams, Herbert Baxter, 73
African Black Brotherhood, 208, 209
African emigration, 22, 23
Afro-American Council, 84, 139
Afro-American League, 42, 478 n. 11
After Freedom (Powdermaker), 220- 22
Agana, Guam, 403-5
Agrarian violence: in 1880s Mississippi and Louisiana, 26, 27; 1919 Phillips County, Ark., 148, 149; 1930s Alabama, 226-37; in 1930 Arkansas, 237- 41, 243-48
Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA), 241, 242
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 88
Aiken, S. C., 199, 200
Aikens, Thomas, 263, 264
Airport Homes ( Chicago), 376
Alabama, 206-8; 1930s racial violence, 224-37; 1943 Mobile shipyard violence, 338, 339
Alabama Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Company, 338, 339
Alexander, Robert, 45
Alexander, Sadie T., 366
Alexander, Will Winton, 284
Alexander City, Ala., 229
Alexander County ( Ill.), lynching incident, 121
All-China Federation of Labor, appeal on Ingram case, 361, 362
Allen, John, 247
All God's Dangers (Rosengarten), 231, 233
All-Race Negro Assembly (Sanhedrin), 255
Alvarez, Laura, 141
American Bar Association, 421-23, 426, 517 n. 68; Special Committee on Peace and Law through UN, 423
American Civil Liberties Union, 197, 262, 287, 357, 380, 382, 490 n. 6
American Club ( Paris), 421
American Colonization Society, 22, 46, 47
American Committee for the Investigation of the Katyn Massacre, 422
American Dilemma, An (Myrdal), 206, 260, 261
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 251, 275, 313
American Hospital ( Paris), 191
American imperialism: Chesnutt comments on, 81; citizenship rights and, 86
American Jewish Committee, supports Genocide Convention, 517 n. 68
American Jewish Congress, 357, 383
American Labor Party ( New York), 356
American Magazine, 100
American Negro Academy, 58
American Negro Labor Congress, 209, 495 n. 7
American Social Science Association, 33
American Veterans Committee, 383
Americus, Ga., 1919 lynching in, 147
Ames, Jessie Daniel, 284, 285
Amity Baptist Church ( Jamaica, N.Y.), 356
Amsterdam News ( New York), 188, 262, 446, 463
Anderson, Wilburn, 254
Andrews, William L., 82
Angelou, Maya, 219
Annapolis, Md., 1898 lynching in, 64
Anticommunism, 302-5, 378, 379, 383, 384, 387, 388, 390, 418, 453, 512 n. 13

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