Organizing Black America: An Encyclopedia of African American Associations

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List of Entries

A. Philip Randolph Institute

American Colonization Society

AFL-CIO Committee on Civil Rights

American Committee on Africa

Africa Watch

American Council on Race Relations

African Academy of Arts and Research

American Freedmen's Union Commission

African Aid Society

American League of Colored Laborers

African American AIDS Associations

American Missionary Association

African American Lesbian and Gay Associations

American Moral Reform Society

African-American Lutheran Association

American National Baptist Convention

African-American Museums Association

American Negro Academy

African American Women's Clergy Association

American Negro Historical Society, Philadelphia

African Americans for Humanism

American Negro Labor Congress

African Blood Brotherhood for Liberation and Redemption

American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa

African Civilization Society

American Society of African Culture

African Heritage Studies Association

American Teachers Association

Afro-American Council

American Tennis Association

Afro-American Federation of Labor

Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine

Afro-American Party

Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women

Afro-American Police League

Arkansas Commission on Race Relations

Afro-American Press Association

Arkansas Council on Human Relations

Afro-American Republican League of Pennsylvania

Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians

Afro-American Research Institute

Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History

Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights

Association of African and African-American Folklorists

Alabama Council on Human Relations

Association of Black Admissions and Financial Aid Officers of the Ivy League and Sister Schools

Alabama Share Croppers Union

Association of Black American Ambassadors

All-African People's Revolutionary Party

Association of Black Anthropologists

Alley Improvement Association, Washington, D.C.

Association of Black Cardiologists

Alpha Kappa Alpha

Association of Black Catholics Against Abortion

Alpha Phi Alpha

Association of Black Psychologists

American Academy of Medical Directors

Association of Black Sociologists

American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society

Association of Black Women Historians

American Anti-Slavery Society

Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools for Negroes

American Association for Affirmative Action

Association of Deans of Women and Advisers to Girls in Negro Schools

American Association of Blacks in Energy

Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching

American Baptist Black Caucus

Atlanta Conferences for the Study of Negro Problems

American Baptist Home Missionary Society

Atlanta Negro Voters League

American Church Institute for Negroes, Episcopal Church

Atlanta Neighborhood Union

American Citizens' Equal Rights Association

Baltimore: Civic, Literary, and Mutual Aid Associations

List of Entries

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