Scottsboro Boys Trials
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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),…
David H. Pierce, president of the Cleveland Branch of the NAACP, writes that he has collected a large file on the Scottsboro case, and given all the information, does not believe the boys to be guilty. He insists that if the Scottsboro Boys are…
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