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Allan W Austin
|Description:||xi, 257 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction : The "friendly principle of brotherhood" --
"Let's do away with walls! : the AFSC's Interracial Section and race work in the United States, 1924-1929 --
Bridging race and peace : the AFSC in good times and bad, 1927-1931 --
"Intelligent leadership in the cause of racial brotherhood" : Quakers, social science, and the AFSC's interracial activism in the 1930s --
Refugees from abroad and at home : the hostel method and victims of war --
From race relations to community relations --
Conclusion : Race and reconciliation at mid-century.
|Responsibility:||Allan W. Austin.|
The first extensive examination of the Friends' interracial activism in the first half of the 20th century, focusing on the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), founded in 1917. Quaker