Communist Party USA

  African American History Month has officially ended, but we continue to honor the struggle for African American liberation year-round. Here, we look at the role of the CPUSA since its inception in advancing the struggle for what was called ”Negro Liberation” when the Party was first founded. 1. The CPUSA was the party open to all people which ran an African American as a candidate for vice president. That candidate was a. A. Philip Randolph b. James W. Ford c. Ralph Bunche d. W. E. B. Du Bois   2. The CPUSA from the 1920s to today has led in the creation of civil rights groups to fight against all forms of racist oppression. These groups include a. the International Labor Defense. b. the Civil Rights Congress. c. the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression. d. All of the above.   3. The CPUSA from its early years…

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Marxist IQ: The CPUSA and the struggle for African American liberation