Randolph A Philip
Ran·dolph(răn′dŏlf′), A(sa) Philip 1889-1979.
American labor and civil rights leader. As founder of the activist magazine The Messenger (1917), and holding influential positions in both the AFL-CIO and the National Negro Congress, he campaigned for an end to racial discrimination in organized labor.
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