George Padmore collection, 1924-2003.


George Padmore collection, 1924-2003.

The collection is comprised of the following: few articles by George Padmore published in the Labour Unity and Negro Champion newspapers, photographs and information about his family, manuscripts for "The Negro renaissance: Claude McKay- West Indian poet; Negro workers vote communist; And Soldiers fight against imperialism; Negro art in America," correspondence which indicate his financial hardships while at Fisk University and other materials making reference to Padmore.

0.2 linear ft. (1 half size box)

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Padmore, George, 1902-1959 (person)

George Padmore was one of a number of talented West Indians who helped shape African events in the 20th century, and he played a crucial role in developing the Fifth, and most important, Pan African Congress, intended to address the issues facing Africa due to European colonization of much of the continent. Padmore was also instrumental in organizing black labor movements from the 1930s onwards. From the description of George Padmore collection, 1933-1945. (Princeton University Libra...

Nurse, Julie E. (person)