National Affairs: Black-List

Lynching is an institution preserved in the U. S. for Negroes by primitive white people. Tuskegee is an Institute preserved in Alabama for Negroes by cultivated black people. Whenever anyone is lynched in the U. S., Tuskegee records the incident in detail, remembers it and at the end of each year publishes a blacklist. The list published last week by Tuskegee showed the following facts about U. S. lynching in 1927:

Lynchings balked by law officers 42

Lynching balked by armed citizens 26

Negroes lynched 16

Whites lynched, 0

Then blacklist by states was...

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