Washington Bee


Washington Bee


Civil Rights, Community Activism and Self-Determination, Education


Courtesy of Readex: America's Historical Newspapers


"Falls Church Gleanings," Washington Bee, April 30, 1921, 5




The Study Club of the Falls Church local of the Fairfax county branch of the N.A.A.C.P. met last Wednesday night in the school house and spent the major part of the evening in perfecting plans to assist in the N.A.A.C.P. drive. Following this Mr. E. B. Henderson gave a lecture on social hygiene. The talk was illustrated by charts loaned by the public health service. Mrs. Harris, of Hall's Hill, and a host of raceworkers attended. Mrs. Harris outlined the work and plans of the National Woman's Republican Club and a committee was appointed to look into the prospects for organization in Falls Church. Major Harrison Tinner of Merrifield was also present.



Courtesy of Readex: America's Historical Newspapers , “Washington Bee ,” 100 Years Black Falls Church, accessed September 18, 2020, http://100yearsblackfallschurch.org/items/show/524.

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