Blacks and the Unions  

For the better part of a century following the abolition of slavery blacks continued to play an unenviable role within the labor force. Because they were excluded to a considerable degree from the unions by racial practices, both black leaders …



Roy Innes vs. Roy Wilkins  

The debate between Roy Wilkins and Roy Innis over demands by Negro students for separate black studies departments has major implications. The question they are arguing is whether separatism is a condition that black Americans should desire and, in fact, …