Biographer A.J. Baime recalled the life of civil rights activist Walter F. White, who was the executive secretary of the NAACP in the mid-1900s as well… read more
Biographer A.J. Baime recalled the life of civil rights activist Walter F. White, who was the executive secretary of the NAACP in the mid-1900s as well as a reporter who “passed” as white to investigate hate crimes in the South. This was a virtual program hosted by the Truman Library Institute in Kansas City, Missouri. close
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