A. Philip Randolph
- MORE THAN A LABOR LEADER. Tuttle, Kate // Footsteps;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p25
Profiles A. Philip Randolph, labor leader and president of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters in the United States. Family background; Career history; Achievements and awards.
- A Phillip Randolph "The Choice, Mr. President...". Kempton, Murray // New Republic;7/6/63, Vol. 149 Issue 1, p15
Claims that only American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations Vice President A. Philip Randolph can reconcile the painful personal differences which have fallen upon the African American protest movement as of July 1963. Information on the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car...
- `Fight or be slaves.' Richardson, Janine // Cobblestone;Oct92, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p32
Profiles A. Philip Randolph, who organized the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (BSCP) in 1925. Working conditions for blacks sleeping car porters; Typical workweeks and wages; Randolph's career as a social activist with a strong interest in labor unions; Risks of becoming a BSCP union...
- Detroit vocational center honors black labor leader. // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;7/01/96, Vol. 198 Issue 9, p23
Reports that the Plumbing and Heating Industry of Detroit, Michigan is calling attention to the A. Philip Randolph Career and Technical Center, named to honor and perpetuate the advances made by the late leader.
- A. Philip Randolph (1889-1979). // New York Amsterdam News;2/18/95, Vol. 86 Issue 7, p30
Profiles African-American civil rights activist A. Philip Randolph. Educational background; Work in the railroads and as an elevator operator; Founding of a newspaperin 1917; Founding of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters in 1925; Organization of the Negro American Labor Council.
- MS APRI conference set for April 12 and 13. // Jackson Advocate;3/15/2012, Vol. 74 Issue 22, p11A
The article mentions the birthday celebration of political activist Asa Philip Randolph on April 13-14, 2012 at Regency Hotel and Convention Center in Jackson, Mississippi.
- A. Philip Randolph: More relevant than ever. Johnson, Stephon // New York Amsterdam News;4/22/2010, Vol. 101 Issue 17, p4
The article profiles A. Philip Randolph who was a political activist in Washington D.C.
- Can HARLEM Be Saved? Bailey, Peter // Ebony;Jan1983, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p80
The article discusses the cultural and economic problems of Harlem, New York City as of January 1983 by first examining the role Harlem played in the intellectual, cultural and political history of African Americans in the U.S. It has been noted that Marcus Garvey organized the first African...
- DEAN OF NEGRO LEADERS. MORRISON, ALLAN // Ebony;Nov1958, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p103
The article presents information on the work and profile of African American political activist Asa Philip Randolph. He stood for the social rights and civil liberty of the African Americans and is therefore considered as their leader. He was selected as the spokesman of the Big Four delegation...