The Negro Mason in Equity, a Public Address

Samuel W Clark

The Negro Mason in Equity, a Public Address
Legare Street Press
18 July 2023

The Negro Mason in Equity, a Public Address

Samuel W Clark

This powerful public address, delivered by African American attorney and Masonic leader Samuel W. Clark in 1907, explores the history and significance of African American Masonic organizations in the United States. Clark argues that these organizations played a key role in promoting education, community building, and civil rights during a time of intense racial oppression.

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