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The Walter White Project

Randy Stakeman, Jackson Stakeman, Authors

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The NAACP in the 1930's

During the 1930's the NAACP worked on several issues despite the limitations which the Great Depression made on contributions from African Americans and foundations.  They would work successfully against discrimination in Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal programs, segregated southern schools and develop a coterie of African American lawyers to pursue their cases.

This path examines some of the developments in the 1930's.
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