For nearly a quarter of a century, the International Workers Order fought relentlessly for racial equality.
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For twenty four years, the entire existence of the organization, the International Workers Order (IWO) was headquartered at 80 Fifth Avenue (southeast corner of 14th Street), an elaborately-detailed Renaissance Revival … Continued
Selma Hortense Burke lived and worked at 88 East 10th Street from 1944 until at least 1949.
The NAACP and National Board of Review Confront “The Birth of a Nation’s” Racism from 70 Fifth Avenue
On February 8th, 1915, D.W. Griffith’s acutely racist film The Birth of a Nation debuted.
The University Place Book Shop was one of the longest-running “Book Row” shops.
The anti-war and civil rights activist Igal Roodenko was a leader in a number of the most significant social movements of the twentieth century.
In 1900, the Social Reform Club hosted a lecture by labor leader Edward King.
Butterfly McQueen — it’s an unusual name, but in many ways perfect for the woman to whom it is attached, as it evokes both flight and royalty. Born in Florida, … Continued
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