Commission on Interracial Cooperation

The Commission on Interracial Cooperation was founded in 1918 by a group of prominent blacks and whites who wished to address the social, political, and economic problems facing African Americans. Incorporated in 1929 in Georgia, the Commission consisted of state and local committees throughout the South. Will W. Alexander, a white Methodist minister served as director for twenty-five years. The organization was dissolved in 1944 and succeeded by the Southern Regional Council.

From the description of Commission on Interracial Cooperation literature, 1920-1944. (Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center, Inc.). WorldCat record id: 38477065


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