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Includes lists of officers, members of standing committees of the club, formed to "study history, political and social science, a knowledge of the civil and political institutions of the state and nation" Among officers are D. Augustus Straker and…

Describes housing discrimination in Detroit and environs from World War I forward

First of a three-part "comprehensive study of the Negro problem" includes map showing sections in which Negroes live.

Third article gives reasons "for the Negro leaving the South, chiefly Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee, and coming to Detroit in preference to other cities."

Contents: Planning Indicated in City Race Riots, p.1+; Local, International Plot Clues Plentiful, p. 1+; Oriental Influence in Riot Background, p. 13; Race Riots Brewing Years before Break, p.3; Anti-Semitism Cited as a Prelude to Riot, p. 7; Norris…

Describes the Riot weekend and its aftermath.

Presents an economic profile based on 1950 and 1960 census data which shows the large non-white population is plagued with high unemployment and lacks adequate housing, transportation, and other community benefits.

Typical journey on the Underground Railroad is described.

Study of 729 married women, mostly migrants in Detroit area, finds much greater kinship activity among non-whites than whites
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