A. Philip Randolph and the African American Labor Movement

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Morgan Reynolds Pub., 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 160 pages
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Asa Philip Randolph was the voice of workers and the driving force integrating unions during the tumultuous first half of the nineteenth century. Born in Florida during the Jim Crow era, Randolph was taught at a young age to resist the racism he so often endured. He became a leader during the civil rights movement, calling for integration and jobs for black America.

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Calvin Craig Miller has written a number of books for young adults, including biographies of Mary Shelley, A. Philip Randolph, and Roy Wilkins.

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