|It is a pleasure to be with you tonight to celebrate this twenty-fifth anniversary of the Urban League, because of the purpose for which the League was foundedbetter understanding and cooperation of both the white and Negro races in order that they may live better together and make this country a better place to live in. >>more...>>
Title: The Negro and Social Change
Author: Roosevelt, Eleanor
Date: December 12, 1935
- African Americans
Notes: Originally printed in Opportunity 41, no. l (January 1936): 22-23. Address delivered at the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the founding of the National Urban League, Baltimore, December 12, 1935.