A. Philip Randolph: A Radical Civil Rights Leader

History / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
A paper about why A. Phillips Randolph is rarely cited as a civil rights leader, despite his work in founding black labor unions.

In the paper I talk about why A. Phillips Randolph is rarely cited as a civil rights leader. I conclude that the reason that Randolph is not cited as a civil rights leader is because he was not radical enough and not as vocal as others. He preached non-violence and advancements through labor equality.

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