Organizing Black America: An Encyclopedia of African American Associations

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Entries with page numbers in bold indicate main entries. Entries with page numbers in Italics indicate illustrations.
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A. Philip Randolph Institute, 1
Aaron, Henry “Hank, 471
ABA Directory,73
Abbott, Lymann, 83
Abbott, Robert S., 141
Abernathy, Rev. Ralph D., 343, 571, 572, 627
abolition. See antislavery movement
abolition/anti-slavery organizations
American Anti-Slavery Society (AASS), 32-35
American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society (AFASS), 31-32
American Missionary Association, 48-50
Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women, 63-64
British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 120-121
Liberty Party, 306-307
Manumission societies, 320-321
Massachusetts General Colored Association, 325
New England Anti-Slavery Society (NEASS), 511-513
New York African Clarkson Association (NYACA), 515-516
Society for the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage, 320, 618
Underground Railroad, 147
abortion, blacks against, 74
Abyssinian Benevolent Daughters of Esther Association, 517
Achievement Partnership, 419
Act 111 (1890), 174
ACTION, 605
Adams, Oscar, 96
“Address to the Free People of Color, An, 164
“Address to the Slaves of the United States, 164
Adger, Robert M., 53
“Adopt-A-Dropout” program, 400
“Adopt-A-School” program, 400
“Adopt-A-Teller” program, 384
Adrienne Kennedy Society, 157
Advisory Board for the President's Initiative on Race, 674
affirmative action, 192, 377, 579, 673
AFL-CIO Committee on Civil Rights, 1-2
Africa
colonization in, 39-40
decolonization in, 3-4
organizations devoted to issues involving, American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa, 56-57
See also apartheid;
emigration/African colonization organizations;
South Africa
Africa Aid Committee, 205
“Africa Days, 3
Africa Defense and Aid Fund, 43
Africa, John, 347-348
Africa, Merle, 348
Africa, Ramona, 348
Africa Seen by American Negro Scholars,58
Africa Seen by American Negroes,58
Africa Steamship company, 282-283
Africa Today,43
Africa Watch, 3
African Academy of Arts and Research (AAAR), 3-4
African Aid Society (AAS), 4-5
African American AIDS associations, 5-7
African American Ancient Free and Accepted Masons Prince Lodge, 603
See also Black Masons;
Prince Hall Masons
African American Cooperative Association, 606
African American Cultural Awareness Group (AACAG), 245
African American Historical and Cultural Museum (Philadelphia), 10
African American Humanist Declaration, 12
African American League, 606
African American Lesbian and Gay association, 7-9
African American Museum and Library, 219
African American Read-In, 101
African American Women's Clergy Association (AAWCA), 11-12
African Americans for Humanism (AAH), 12-13
African Ancestral Lesbians United for Social Change, 8
African Association. See Pan-African Congress
African Benevolent, 562
African Blood Brotherhood for Liberation and Redemption (ABB), 13-14,55, 681
African Church (Philadelphia), 561
African Civilization Society, 4, 14-15
African Diaspora, 58, 67, 70-71, 77, 204, 550, 678
African Diaspora Program (Smithsonian Institute), 71
African Dorcas Association, 517
African Education Society, 568
African Forum,58
African Heritage Studies Association (AHSA), 16-17
African Insurance Company, 562

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