Protesting Lynching: The Anti-lynching Campaigns of the Early NAACP
- Jerzy Sobieraj
The paper examines the early anti-lynching activity of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The organization from its beginnings placed among its important social and political goals fighting against the practice of lynching in the USA. One of its significant activities was endorsing anti-lynching legislation, for instance, the so-called Dyer Bill.
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- Pantuchowicz Agnieszka, Agnieszka Pantuchowicz Warso Anna Anna Warso (eds.): Protest and Dissent. Conflicting Spaces in Translation and Culture, Cultures in Translation Interdisciplinary Studies in Language, Translation, Culture and Literature, 2020, Berlin, Peter Lang Publishing Group, 281 p., ISBN 978-3-631-79849-5
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- lynching, anti-lynching legislation, the NAACP, social injustice, racial violence
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