A. Philip Randolph
Holloway House Publishing, 1994 - 208 páginas
A biography of the civil rights activist who organized the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, which acted as a labor union for Pullman car porters.
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March for Jobs and Freedom
The Preachers Son
A Young Man in Harlem
The Messenger and the Message
Struggle for the Brotherhood
Succeeding Despite the Odds
Dealing with the New Dealer
Dealing with the Fair Dealer
The Grand Old Man
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