The Niagara Movement: The Black Civil Rights Advocacy

BY WALTER OPINDE The Niagara Movement was an African-American civil rights organization formed by a group of blacks led by Mr. W. B. E. Du Bois and Mr. William Trotter Monroe in July 1905. After the denial of their admittance to the hotels in Buffalo, New York, a group of 29 African-Americans that include business…

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