RACES: To The Moon

The following editorial appeared, last week, in the Pittsburgh Courier, most famed Negro newspaper in the U. S.:


"Whatever goes on in the world there always seems to be a Negro there. When Columbus discovered America a Negro piloted one of his ships. Almost every early history of the western hemisphere tells of some part taken by Negroes. As early as 1645 there were free Negroes in New York, and it is common knowledge that the first Negroes in Virginia arrived in 1619, but a few years after the white colonists at Jamestown. In the French and...

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