1. "Five Years of Scottsboro" (editorial), The Cleveland Call and
    Post,
    March 19, 1936, 6.William O. Walker, "Down The Big Road" (column), The Cleveland Call and Post, July 28, 1934, 6.
  2. William O. Walker, "Down The Big Road" (column), The Cleveland Call and Post, July 28, 1934, 6.
  3. "The Fourth Scottsboro Trial" (editorial), The Cleveland Call and Post, Jan. 9, 1936, 6.
  4. William O. Walker, "Down The Big Road" (column), The Cleveland Call and Post, April 13, 1935.
  5. "Who Will Free Them?" (editorial), The Cleveland Call and Post, April 13, 1935, 6.
  6. "Herndon On His Way To Freedom" (editorial), The Cleveland Call and Post, Dec. 12, 1935, 6. The Call and Post editorial referred to a lower court's favorable ruling. The Georgia Supreme Court overruled the judge, but the U.S. Supreme Court in 1937 declared the statute unconstitutional. See Charles H. Martin, "Communists and Blacks: The ILD and the Angelo Herndon Case," Journal of Negro History (64) 2, Spring, 1979, 131-141; Martin, The Angelo Herndon Case and Southern Justice (Baton Rouge, La., 1976).
  7. "7 Negro Editors on Communism" (article), The Crisis (39) 4, April, 1932, 117-119; "Negro Editors on Communism: A Symposium Of The American Negro Press" (article), The Crisis (39) 5, May, 1932, 154-156, 170.
  8. "Down The Big Road" (column), The Cleveland Call and Post, Feb. 17, 1934, 6.
  9. Ibid.
  10. "The Socialist Convention" (editorial), The Cleveland Call and Post, May 21, 1936, 6.
  11. "The Communist Probe" (editorial), The Cleveland Call and Post, Feb. 22, 1947, 4b; "The Specter of Communism" (editorial), June 14, 1947, 4b.
  12. "Brodsky Tells of Scottsboro Case; Pleads For Support" (article), The Cleveland Call and Post, Feb. 17, 1934, 1; William O. Walker, "Down The Big Road" (column), Feb. 17, 1934, 6; "Committee For Scottsboro Defense Formed" (article),
    The Cleveland Call and Post, Jan. 23, 1936, 1.

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