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Pupils Would Profit By Isolating 'Toughs'
Monday, December 1, 1958
An Editorial
Monday, December 1, 1958
MISSING ARTICLE
Saturday, November 29, 1958
Salary Leaves Little Room For Any Professional Pride
Friday, November 28, 1958
Pupils Wage War of Nerves
Wednesday, November 26, 1958
False Theory Makes Instructor Live a Lie
Tuesday, November 25, 1958
MISSING ARTICLE
Monday, November 24, 1958
Lessons Get Lost in Paper Work
Saturday, November 22, 1958
Slow Pupils Cheated by Our Schools
Friday, November 21, 1958
9th Grader's Plea: 'Teach Me to Read'
Thursday, November 20, 1958
'Hey, Teach' is Signal for Classroom Bedlam
Wednesday, November 19, 1958
'You'll Be Sorry' Plunges Newcomer Into Tough Job
Tuesday, November 18, 1958
Getting School Job is Easy as ABC, Reporter Learns
Monday, November 17, 1958
College Courses Not Much Help in Difficult Classes
Saturday, November 15, 1958
Reporter Passes First Test: Challenge by Class Tough
Friday, November 14, 1958
'Don't Let 'Em See You're Afraid,' Writer Told by School Official
Thursday, November 13, 1958
Modesto Aroused By Its Rotten Jail
Tuesday, February 10, 1953
Poor Jails Cause Crowding in Prisons
Monday, February 9, 1953
Warren, Brown Tell How Conditions Can Be Improved
Sunday, February 8, 1953
Men in S.F. Jails Get Helping Hand
Saturday, February 7, 1953
S.F. County Jail Is Too Much Like A Penitentiary
Friday, February 6, 1953
Degradation in Stinking Cells
Thursday, February 5, 1953
County Prisoners Work, Go to School, Eat Well.
Wednesday, February 4, 1953
In the Pre-Dawn, a Man is Marked Up for Life
Tuesday, February 3, 1953
One of the Best—but: No Medical Care, Not Enough Rehabilitation
Sunday, February 1, 1953
Reporter 'Does Time' at Bakersfield, Again Finds Bad Food, Overcrowding
Sunday, February 1, 1953
Reporter Tells How Cellmate Blew His Top
Wednesday, January 28, 1953
A Reporter's Inside Story
Tuesday, January 27, 1953
Exclusive: Inside California's Jails. Brutality ... Crowded Cells. Chronicle Reporter Does Time: Shocking Account
Monday, January 26, 1953
Last in Marvel Cooke's five-part series for The New York Compass on the Bronx slave mart.
Thursday, January 12, 1950
Part four in Marvel Cooke's five-part series for the New York Compass in 1950 on the Bronx "slave mart," where women domestics went to find jobs as day laborers.
Wednesday, January 11, 1950
Part three in Marvel Cooke's five-part series for the New York Compass in 1950 on the domestic day labor market in the Bronx
Tuesday, January 10, 1950
Part two in a five-part series in the New York Compass on Marvel Cooke's experiences posing as a domestic day laborer.
Monday, January 9, 1950
Part One in a five-part series in the New York Compass on Cooke's experiences posing as a domestic-for-hire at the Bronx "slave market" of 1950
Sunday, January 8, 1950
Thursday, November 17, 1949
What Does the Negro Really Want?
Wednesday, September 1, 1948
Does the Negro Hate The White Man?
Tuesday, August 31, 1948
Atlanta Is the Black Capital of U.S.
Monday, August 30, 1948
A Leaf out of the Jim Crow Book
Saturday, August 28, 1948
Atlantic Ocean for White Folks Only
Friday, August 27, 1948
The Falsity of "Separate but Equal"
Thursday, August 26, 1948
A Marble Monument To Cruelty
Wednesday, August 25, 1948
Feudalism Lives on In the Delta
Tuesday, August 24, 1948
A Visit to a Jim Crow School
Monday, August 23, 1948
Negro Doctors Treat White Patients
Saturday, August 21, 1948
A Most Successful Negro Farmer
Friday, August 20, 1948
A Soldier Who Came Home to Die
Thursday, August 19, 1948