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A. Philip Randolph: And the African-American Labor Movement (Portraits of Black Americans) Library Binding – February 24, 2005
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This is a must read if you want to know about the national leader who paved they way for Martin Luther King, JR. Unofficially passing the torch to him at the March for Jobs and Freedom Washington, D.C., 1963.
Vice president AFL-CIO, Medal; of Freedom, first president Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, activist, organizer, and all that. Everything a labor leader should be today and more.
Hard to put this book down. Awesome collector item for discussion anytime of the year.