"The Birth of a Nation" by Esther Griffin White

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Title

"The Birth of a Nation" by Esther Griffin White

Subject

Political Activism- African American Relations

Description

This article is in response to the film "The Birth of a Nation." Esther considered the film an insult to African Americans and a ploy to make money.

Creator

White, Esther Griffin, 1869-1954

Source

Friends Collection and Earlham College Archives, Letter From Raymond White, box 2, folder 2, Esther Griffin White Collection, Richmond, Indiana

Publisher

The Little Paper, Richmond, Indianna, 1916

Date

2/19/1916

Contributor

Jeromos, Taylor

Rights

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Format

jpeg derived from master tiff

Language

English

Type

Newspaper Article

Files

Citation

White, Esther Griffin, 1869-1954, “"The Birth of a Nation" by Esther Griffin White,” Earlham Exhibits, accessed August 7, 2022, https://exhibits.earlham.edu/items/show/79.

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