Distributed between 1930 and 1937, Southern Worker was a regional newspaper produced by the Communist Party, USA. First edited by Solomon "Sol" Auberbach, who adopted the pseudonym "James S. Allen," Southern Worker documents the Communist Party's attempt to unify Black and white laborers and farmers in a common struggle against capitalism, corporations, and inequality. READ MOREā€¦


Southern Worker

Publisher: Communist Party of U.S.A.
Place of Publication: Birmingham, AL
Subject: Communist Party of the United States of America -- Periodicals, Communist Party of the United States in the South -- Periodicals, Working class -- Southern States -- Periodicals, Communism -- United States -- Periodicals, Communism -- Southern States -- Periodicals, African Americans -- Civil rights -- Southern States -- Periodicals, Civil rights and socialism -- Southern States -- Periodicals, Agricultural laborers -- Southern States -- Periodicals, Labor unions -- Southern States -- Periodicals, Southern States -- Race relations -- Periodicals, Southern States -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950 -- Periodicals, United States -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945 -- Periodicals