Walter White (1893-1955) was among the nation's preeminent champions of civil rights. With blond hair and blue eyes, he could qpassq as white even though he identified as African American, and his physical appearance allowed him to go undercover to investWFW to Storey, 31 July 1928, NAACP/mfp2 rll f150. ... Crisis, February 1929, 47, 69-70; Du Bois, aquot;The Negro Citizen, aquot; The Crisis, May 1929, 154-56, 171-73; Walter White, aquot;Solving Americaa#39;s Race Problem, aquot; The Nation, 9January 1929, 42- 43.
|Author||:||Kenneth Robert Janken|
|Publisher||:||UNC Press Books - 2006|