In Search of Democracy: The NAACP Writings of James Weldon Johnson, Walter White, and Roy Wilkins (1920-1977)

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Contents

Introduction

3

PART I The Selected Writings of James Weldon Johnson, 1920–1937

James Weldon Johnson, A Chronology

9

Selected Reports of the NAACP Secretary to the Board of Directors, 1920–1929

13

December 1920

18

Anti-Lynching

Haiti

Reduction of Southern Representation

Arkansas Situation

Ku Klux Klan

Louisville Bond Issue

Civil Rights

Publicity

Publications

Literature Sent Out

March 1921

23

Anti-Lynching

New Jersey Legislature

Arkansas Cases

Delegation to Senator Harding

National Woman's Party

Haitian Mission

Publications

Publicity

Literature Sent Out

Spingarn Medal Award

June 1921

27

Anti-Lynching

Tulsa, Oklahoma, Riots

Relief Fund

Arkansas Situation

Jasper County Peonage Cases

Other

Peonage Cases

Anti-Lynching Measures

Dyer Bill

Inter-racial Commission

Committee on the Census

Haiti

Jim Crow

Washington

-xi-

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