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Common Council for American Unity, 1934

By USCRI September 17, 2020

FLIS became the Common Council for American Unity (CCAU) and launched a new publication. Common Ground was a quarterly journal publishing fiction and non-fiction works stressing cultural pluralism and ethnic harmony. Langston Hughes, a celebrated American writer who wrote about the African American community, published his poetry, essays, song lyrics and sketches.


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