The Press: Race Reading

To stimulate their interest in racial advancement, U. S. Negroes have Crisis and Opportunity monthlies;* for their religious, fraternal and educational interests, about 60 less potent journals; for general Negro News, some 110 weekly papers. †But for magazine reading the Negro had to turn to the "white" press until last fortnight when appeared Abbott's Monthly, "A Magazine That's Different." Published in Chicago by Robert Sengstacke Abbott, founder and owner of the Chicago Defender (weekly), Abbott's Monthly from its "pretty girl" cover of yellow, red and lavender to its book review department is...

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