Scottsboro Boys Trials
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This petition from students at Howard University protests the "deplorable miscarriage of justice" in Haywood Patterson's 1933 trial in Decatur before Judge Horton. The petition includes seven pages with approximately 50 signatures on each page.

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This petition, organized by Nancy Cunard of Hours Press, represents London and Paris-based artists, intellectuals, and thinkers. It demands "impartial justice" through the "unconditional and immediate liberation" of all nine Scottsboro Boys and…

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This petition from International Labor Defense in Seattle, Washington, demands the immediate release of the nine Scottsboro Boys with signatures, addresses, and donation amounts.

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The National Student League City College Evening Chapter at City College of New York protests the "outrageous procedure and decision" of the courts in the 1933 trials and calls for the removal of Judge Callahan and the Scottsboro Boys' immediate…

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In this telegram, "Mme St Clair" of New York pleads with Governor Miller for pardons for the Scottsboro Boys and offers to take their place in the electric chair.

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The American Civil Liberties Union demands military protection for the Scottsboro defendants and their attorneys in the November 1933 Decatur trial before Judge Callahan. The telegram is signed by Harry F. Ward (first national chairman of the ACLU),…

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The National Committee to Aid Victims of German Fascism's telegram to Governor Miller was supported by organizations of educators, physicians, and intellectuals numbering to 400,000 and signed by Albert Wagenknecht, Executive Secretary. The telegram…

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The International Labor Defense decries the Birmingham jail guards' reported mistreatment of the Scottsboro defendants incarcerated there and demands that these guards be punished. This telegram was one of a group of correspondences that protests…

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Signed by "Committee of Five" workers from Harlem, this telegram requests protection for Eugene Williams and Roy Wright from "lynch mobs gathering near Decatur, Alabama" before their June 22 trial in Juvenile Court, as well as the immediate release…

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A telegram from the Trade Union Unity League, signed by William Z. Foster, Secretary, protests the "brutal attack" on the Scottsboro defendants in the Jefferson County prison and demands their immediate release. This telegram was one of group of…
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