The Harold K. Brown Civil Rights Collection

Letter from James Freeman to Harold Brown



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Letter from James Freeman to Harold Brown


Letter from James Freeman, inquiring about instances when "White Americans can come to Mexico . . . and be able to tell Mexican citizen's they have to discriminate against American Negro's." He does not expect the American Consul in Tijuana, Baja California to be able to help but hopes that San Diego Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) can.


James Freeman


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James Freeman, “Letter from James Freeman to Harold Brown,” Humanities Hub, accessed July 23, 2024,