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A. Philip Randolph

A 20th-century American socialist and union organizer. He was particularly known for his role in the civil rights movement, protesting against discrimination against Black Americans in military contracts and other areas. In 1925, he organized the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, the first major effort to unionize the Pullman Company, which was then a major employer of African Americans. He lived from 1889 to 1979.
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Philip Randolph, addressing the monumental crowd at the March on Washington in 1963
Unsung Heroes" features Alan Turing, Asa Philip Randolph, Clara Barton, Nikola Tesla, Sojourner Truth, Patrick Steptoe, Robert Edwards, Wangari Maathai, Henrietta Lacks, Harvey Milk, and others.
Philip Randolph Campus High School, and three of CAW's outstanding Youth Apprentices, Ashanti Albert, Akmaral Ulanova, and Justin Leo Rivera.
Philip Randolph and Women Activists," in Kersten & Lang, eds.
Philip Randolph Park, a full-day, Caribbean Carnival-style celebration of island life and culture where "Life & Grind: Duval," Jacksonville's first and only cable reality TV series (produced by Jacksonville-based indie artist/producer Dez Nado for CW17/BounceJax; Comcast 225, Digital 17-2 - Sundays at 8pm) will be filming, and Duval Up Next artist showcase later that night at Eagles Bar & Cafe where Music 4 U (Also on CW17/BounceJax, Sundays at 8:30pm) will be filming.
Philip Randolph is depicted as more calculating and tactical in his behaviour perhaps because, in his case, Lee had access to documents that show that in private he was perfectly willing to criticize the union leadership for "intentionally preventing blacks and Puerto Ricans from taking positions of leadership" (p.
Philip Randolph, George Eliot, Augustine of Hippo and Samuel Johnson may or may not have been "saints" in a classic sense but they prove to be excellent models.
Philip Randolph Technical High School with hands-on instruction in historic preservation techniques and practices.
Philip Randolph is something of a household name, while folks like Anna Arnold Hedgeman and Pauli Murray are well-known among historical specialists.
Philip Randolph and the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Nannie Helen Burroughs, Fannie Lou Hamer, Ella Jo Baker, George Schuyler and the Young Negroes' Co-operative League, the Nation of Islam, and the Black Panther Party.