RACES: We Are Insulted

When Negroes were drafted for the A. E. F., the Army, mindful of race prejudice even under the stress of battle, put them into colored units of their own instead of sprinkling them indiscriminately among white troops. Few, if any, protests were made against this military segregation. But the War Department's determination to segregate by race the Gold Star Mothers it is sending to France this year brought forth last week loud protest to President Hoover from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Fifty-five black mothers with sons buried in...

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