Roy Wilkins

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    Integration Must Move

    “While we were making the world safe for democracy in one war and destroying Hitler’s master race theory in another, the Negro rode in the back of the bus, lived in a ghetto across the railroad tracks, sent his children to Jim Crow schools.”

  • Integration Must Move

    Executive secretary of the National Association for the advancement of Colored People, HOY WILKINS,who graduated from the Universdy of Minnesota, teas for fifteen years editor of THE CRISISand prior to that, from 1923 to 1931, managing editor of THE CALL,the Negro weekly of Kansas City. In this article he carries forth the discussion initiated by Agnes Meyer in her January article, “Race and the Schools.”