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Number 06 - June 15, 1918
Page 01
Title:
First Colored Soldier Dies in Action 'Over There'- Race Warrior is Member of the Famous U.S. Ninth Battalion, Company C.
Title:
J.A. Langford Gets New Degree
Title:
Revolt Threatened in Oklahoma
Title:
White Teachers Refuse to Aid Negro Survey
Title:
Howard University Elects New President
Title:
Discrimination of Country's Railroads Probed By Tyler
Title:
Congressional Record Lauds Race Soldiers
Title:
Forbid White Soldiers Entering Colored Sections
Title:
Soldier Has Rather Novel Idea
Title:
First Ohio Soldier Killed in Action is Dayton Man
Title:
South Lynches Some While Others Are Heroes
Title:
Large Number of Race in U.S. Army
Page 02
Title:
National Comfort Committee Deserves Hearty Support
Title:
Bluefield West Virginia Colored Soldiers Comfort Committee
Page 05
Title:
"Faith of a Race" is a Big Success
Page 07
Title:
Red Cross Denies They Discriminate
Page 08
Title:
Sedition in the South
Title:
Is War Marriage Wise?
Title:
With the National Comfort Committee
Title:
Along the Color Line - The Negro and the War

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