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Number 01 - May 11, 1918
Page 01
Title:
New York's Colored Regiment 'Over There' is Recipient of Notable Honor
Title:
Poverty is 'Nemesis' of Many Colored Fighters
Title:
Judge Terrell Sworn in as Muny Jurist of D.C.
Title:
24th Infantry Wants Recruits
Title:
Agitator is Arrested
Title:
Race Invades Section Whites Plan to Vacate
Title:
Principal Accused of Assaulting Pupil
Title:
Open Club House at Camp Sherman
Title:
Train 300 Draftees at Howard University
Title:
Protests Against Film
Title:
Aged Woman Invests Life's Savings in "Bonds"
Title:
[Arrest Deserter From] Camp Meade
Title:
Race Woman Wins Verdict
Title:
Girl is Victim of Race-Prejudice
Title:
White Southern Girl to Marry Colored Soldier
Title:
Washington Y.W.C.A. to Have New Home
Title:
"Hoosier" Folk "Strong" for Comfort Committee
Page 02
Title:
Hold Race Men for Causing "Strike"
Title:
Liberia's Fate Decided at Meet
Title:
Colored German Says He is Alien Enemy
Title:
Don't Want Colored "Cops"
Page 03
Title:
Mayor Honors Colored Draftees
Title:
Governor Pardons Innocent Man
Page 05
Title:
Deserter Wanted
Page 06
Title:
New Labor Head is Noted Worker
Title:
Gather Together, O, Colored America!
Page 08
Title:
Emmett Scott's Achievement
Title:
Broken Machine

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