1. "Scottsboro Boys Will Visit Cleveland, Plan Meeting" (article), The Cleveland Call and Post, Nov. 25, 1937, 1; AScottsboro Boys To Appear in Cleveland At St. John's AME" (article), The Cleveland Call and Post, Jan. 13, 1938, 1, 3.
  2. "Tense Crowd Hears Scottsboro Boys' Story" (article), The Cleveland Call and Post, Jan. 27, 1938, 1.
  3. The papers that did send correspondents were the Baltimore Afro-American, Norfolk (Va.) Journal & Guide and Pittsburgh Courier. See Carter, Scottsboro: A Tragedy of the American South, 193.
  4. See Lawrence D. Hogan, A Black National News Service: The Associated Negro Press and Claude Barnett, 1919-1945 (Rutherford, N.J., 1934): 96-100.
  5. Carter, Scottsboro: A Tragedy of the American South, 399.
  6. "The Scottsboro Agreement" (editorial), The Cleveland Call and Post, Jan. 26, 1939, 6; "Liebowitz Reveals Scottsboro Case Deal" (article), Feb. 2, 1939, 7; "Scottsboro Boy Asks Chance To Make Good" (article), August 31, 1940; "Deny Paroles To Scottsboro Boys" (article), March 14, 1942, 13; "Two More Scottsboro Boys Paroled" (article), Jan. 15, 1944, 5; "Scottsboro Youth Freed From Prison" (article), Oct. 5, 1946, 1-A.
  7. Henry Lewis Suggs, ed., The Black Press In the Sough, 1865-1979 (Westport, Ct., 1983): 43, 404.
  8. Lauren Kessler, The Dissident Press (Newbury Park, Calif., 1984): 24-26.

 

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