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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE

President
MOORFIELD STOREY
Chairman Board of Directors
MAJOR J. E. SPINGARN
Acting Chairman of the Board
MARY WHITE OVINGTON
Treasurer
OSWALD GARRISON VILLARD

Secretary
JOHN R. SHILLADY
Director of Publications and Research
DR. W. E. B. DUBOIS
Field Secretary
JAMES WELDON JOHNSON
Assistant Secretary
WALTER F. WHITE

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The N. A. A. C. P. has no endowments. It is supported entirely by voluntary contributions and membership fees. It appeals to all fair-minded citizens, white and colored, to join in the effort to secure simple justice under the law for colored citizens.

Heretofore the Association has not had money enough adequately to carry on the fight. Join now and help

The Moorfield Storey Drive for 50,000 MEMBERS

Negros in many states are disfranchised, discriminated against, "Jim-Crowed," lynched, denied equal protection of the laws, equal educational advantages for their children, and equal economic opportunity. National honor demands justice for all citizens.

If every reader of The Crisis will become a member, the Association's work can be made more effective. DO IT NOW.

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Date [[blank line]], 1918.

The Crisis is sent without further charge to members paying two dollars or more.

Oswald Garrison Villard, Treasurer
70 Fifth Avenue, New York.

Sir:

I enclose $ [[blank line]] in payment of membership dues for one year in the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, with the stipulation that one dollar of any amount remitted herewith in excess of one dollar is for one year's subscription to THE CRISIS.

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THE CRISIS
A RECORD OF THE DARKER RACES

PUBLISHED MONTHLY AND COPYRIGHTED BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE, AT 70 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY. CONDUCTED BY W. E. BURGHARDT DU BOIS, AUGUSTUS GRANVILLE DILL, BUSINESS MANAGER.

Contents for June, 1918
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PICTURES
COVER: After the poster painted by Robert Edmund Jones for the Circle for Negro War Relief.
JUDGE TERRELL | 66
THE LATE MAJOR WALKER | 77
NEGRO OFFICERS | 78-79
NEGRO SOLDIERS | 80-81

ARTICLES
A LETTER FROM GENERAL BALLOU | 62
A LOST DIALOGUE OF PLATO. By John D. Swain | 63
A SONNET TO NEGRO SOLDIERS. A Poem. By Joseph Seaman Cotter | 64
WAR PROFILES. By Fenton Johnson | 65

DEPARTMENTS
EDITORIAL | 59
THE LOOKING GLASS | 67
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE | 73
THE HORIZON | 82
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THE JULY CRISIS

The July Crisis will be Education Number. There will be pictures and news of this year's Negro graduates, a story by John L. Harrison, "A Chance To Make Good," and the usual departments.

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TEN CENTS A COPY; ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
FOREIGN SUBSCRIPTIONS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS EXTRA

RENEWALS: The date of expiration of each subscription is printed on the wrapper. When the subscription is due, a blue reneral blank is enclosed.

CHANGE OF ADDRESS: The address of a subscriber can be changed as often as desired. In ordering a change of address, both the old and the new address must be given. Two weeks' notice is required.

MANUSCRIPTS and DRAWINGS relating to colored people are desired. They will be received at the sender's risk, but if postage is enclosed effort will be made to return them safely, if unavailable. 

Entered as second class matter November 2, 1910, at the post office at New York, New York, under the Act of March 3, 1879.
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