James Weldon Johnson before he joins the NAACP
James Weldon Johnson was one of the most accomplished African Americans of his time even before he joined the NAACP. This accomplished man accepted patronage appointments in the foreign service from the Republican party and supported Booker T. Washington until Washington's death in 1915. Considered a moderate African American in political affairs he used his platform as a journalist to urge African American progress.
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