National Urban League: 40th Anniversary Year Book

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Dedication vii
  • Partial Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments x
  • Bridge Of Understanding 5
  • Tribute to an Idea 6
  • Interracial Social Work Begins 7
  • A Dream Come True 8
  • Cooperation 9
  • A New Epoch Opens 11
  • A Realistic Approach 12
  • The American Way 13
  • Progress at Midway 14
  • And the Pursuit Of Happiness 16
  • Bacteria Are Color Blind 18
  • Southern Field Division 20
  • My Urban League Faith 21
  • Building Roads To Agreement 22
  • The Road Ahead 24
  • Early Beginnings . . . - New Approach To the City Problem 25
  • What The Presidents Have Said . . . 28
  • How Your Funds Were Budgeted - 1950 Budget 30
  • Pilot Placement - Key Jobs Found In Industry 31
  • Urban League Fellows 32
  • Outstanding - Fellows . . . A Selected Few 33
  • Thetwo Friends Award 34
  • The Urban League Guilds 36
  • To Live and Learn 38
  • Anderson Indiana 41
  • Baltimore Maryland 43
  • Boston Massachusetts 45
  • Buffalo New York 46
  • We Tell Our Story 48
  • Chicago Illinois 51
  • Cincinnati Ohio 53
  • Cleveland Ohio 55
  • Columbus Ohio 57
  • Dayton Ohio 59
  • Denver Colorado 61
  • Detroit Michigan 63
  • Elizabeth New Jersey 65
  • Flint Michigan 67
  • Fort Wayne Indiana 69
  • The Community Relations Project For Interracial Social Planning 72
  • Gary Indiana 73
  • Grand Rapids Michigan 75
  • Kansas City Missouri 76
  • Lincoln Nebraska 79
  • Los Angeles California 81
  • Louisville Kentucky 83
  • Marion Indiana 85
  • Massillon Ohio 87
  • Memphis Tennessee 89
  • Miami Florida 91
  • Minneapolis Minnesota 93
  • Muskegon Heights Michigan 95
  • New Brunswick New Jersey 97
  • New Orleans Louisiana 99
  • New York New York 101
  • Newark New Jersey 103
  • Omaha Nebraska 105
  • Phoenix Arizona 107
  • Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 109
  • Pontiac Michigan 111
  • Providence Rhode Island 113
  • Richmond Virginia 115
  • St. Louis Missouri 117
  • St. Paul Minnesota 119
  • San Francisco California 121
  • Seattle Washington 122
  • Springfield Massachusetts 123
  • Tampa Florida 124
  • Warren Ohio 125
  • Washington District of Columbia 126
  • Opportunity 127
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