Oakland: National Association for the Promotion of Civil Rights, nd [c. 1947-]. 8vo, 120 pp, saddle-stapled in flexible black leatherette wraps titled in silver. Illustrated with a frontipsiece photograph of the author. With gift order form from the publisher bound in.
A proposal for a comprehensive civil rights program made in the early postwar period by a prominent Oakland African-American businessman. Extensive quotation is made from the Report of the President's Committee on Civil Rights, along with reflections on the author's own childhood and education in the South. Proceeds from the book were intended to fund a radio broadcast for the Civil Rights Movement.
Rare. OCLC locates only two holdings as of the time of cataloguing.
Wraps slightly dusty, with a couple light creases else near fine. Item #25826