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.-. /»owe 13.o: Law.1 92 urou&#39. °" .&#39.0 -[sip ._"_T.1.4. e Fnlifeszianloftearmir W.¢.__. é_ M é ._ .S. . I.-..5:-.u E3"0O"12 C"W éu &#3 4> @.~. R e}> ¢*/7 |*V . /. ~._. . ». w 4 &#39.-4-:. BY"-5 | .IH.. nae.1&#39. at which time he criticized the Truman Doctrine. the Patvtsr..u. the Tai t-Hartley Law.__ --I . v /0".-~? M _H if- 7 pg.-92".-". GMRAGTE I Q3 PAm0noBEsoN. *2. * . ~ °""&#39._ . Y»:-er 7 eW -W" L. +_&#39./. eL M ?~-#9 .mended the Stu-vi Convention of the _. Maryland..m_..h.&#3 ucnrm r. f 7&#39. .2 1 :1-I_:.1:.3 ¬J§§..="~. = e ¢~_.-3&#39.. at which time he delivered a each at Union Square.: W a meelng sponsoredby the Jewish People : .. yo 0 ¢2§£+.1». . 1"» _ 7 It: "&#39.. foreign olic and the Maryland Ober 51..¢ %!/7 1n.e-.9 V / M 1WDE_ 5 .ii spoke at a mee ing sponsored b mm-11:: 1. i&#39. member ed on:-1+.1%»/so o 7e RDORTIIIAZIY i i&#39.1..". 1v-ff&#39._ » 95:1 "Daily..011 ROBESON was one of the speakers..-.I /L ye FEDERALBUREAUOF INVESTIGATION &#39..meeting sponsor by the Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee."=_ snow! . Lip S *=°r"=1!&#39..= "FF "" ._m I __ INTIRWAL 7 . r I 92 r&#39.*i H-II&#39. I A ..!e1= speeg ~ &#39. EM.. Rm . 92D 7&#39. _ é narzIreaunooroowmcrrmnc m -L7.% uh:. _ I.W.. PAUL ROBESON spoge at a._ J ma l W-M1. a._=1_.-.1-._ . i . 013* advised. the U. _ n -grlsed c 2 3 that PAUL ROBESON was a concealed -.§5 * /"I51.nunlA1&#39. Vr i-Q1 -W _repor1.ACT 8: 1 ROBESON was one of Negro leaders who .=*_::: .&#39.-in-Q Progressive Party of Maryland at Baltimore.. &#39.:&#39.. On advised that aoaesou the Harlem orumwxsiz 3 Trade Union Council.:"="*_ &#39.: Il&#39. _..924.1-2. F&#39. On 5/1/50 PAULmaroon was observedby agent-I ~ to have participated in the New York Mar Day Parade..1=K-mgs.6d onpthat PAUL ROBE-SON .1a~ rowamen ¢0PlI=wF1HI B W .. _-_._ 5 4e$. Speech set out- 1 Onbadvised um nosrson spoke at .1 Order set _Qutw7 in Lee.a7& ma NO..lLI. W SECURITY-G "Daily Worker"of 12/23/h reported t. . -4 or ._1_ R-.-"_~j.. 5|: &#39.RoYEoL-/3* _&#39._ Fraterna.ge1ee. . cabled greetings to Premier s&#39..@:Me. 7 =FFIh M e cm-1-.»_&#39.at_ SYNOPSIS OF F&#39.~. 92 &#39.e "- r REASOIPFCIM 11.: &#39. .-1 . Works! of 2/15/S0 reported ALP-1 I sponsored"Rally for FEPC" k on 2/13/50 at &#39._ .4 92v_ 92 Ir/110/86 : corms nEsr.

1&#39.i. cczrtsained an article Negro Laaclars Greeting Staliné I- n _ &#39.1 ROBESQE sang at has .v&#39..&. * V We unite also in the hopet.meric$1_1 Labor _P&£ Q&#39.>as&#39. _ Gencermng le .k~>4§v »- .~ &#39.ee.¢. This article "a..._w§1is:h1a..lahh." Qi . is in it BB H i vq.l ~»~. group oi Negra leaders tadivggr cabled greetings he Premier ~ » GI 8e&#39.ha?1: mar _cou.1s0 acivised thatthe Brooklyn TheaterArts Gemnmittea specieglises inpmsenting iaxrarite Gonmmzist .ei= Union. mmtinued gawci health and suacessful ae:~&#39. nstinnal oppressinn fmm ynur land of mm peoples. Kev: Xork on Jana-My 35. 1950 Accorsiing ta the irinmmt._ A .! & _:2--92yig j -vr. -92&#39.¢&#39. We are alarm.~ -. §._r§*your-s and may anon again evmer zggon the p$._§.~h 0f iriand3.cr5. 1: ~ .¬3 Q ss £3:>::mni." . szzlmnm 5..in .~ raliahilitgg.§&#39._ _ .w-c. sooperatidn r tha mutual V atrenthaning of their ecomanics and pnasarwationcif the peaee Sf the wcrld..-. =~. 92&#39.. ..ic.. The infn:<mant a. Of Harsh 29. the peaplea of hm: 3cvi.bi1&#39. I..i &#39.1 &#39.. entitled reflectecl that an East C»&#39.~. gage 2. e e-grits:Amerieaiis fzwamdiiferant p s of the comm? ems sf many differventé palitical helievfa and affiliations.~_&#39.15 Q. =<$$si~E IV.i..§newspaper._&#39.nfom&:1t -. Ermolilgil. sf &#39. turn-.» 53. - The abmre article reflected signers at *92<-~:-~--nu»--4-|--. .- DEJTAIIS:iThe M. CUR? 92 rm 10¢!-$65? §..repm. identi ed the Lmericm EmberParty as W fallmrsz int *2 _4- _ 5.¬921.- that PAW» EGBESBH was ans sf the the abave message-. I lT"&#39.:i¢<e ta.. 5 ~&#39.92- V The messaga wasas fullmrs: §@.92L_E~>_>Iq 3?arty artists and enwrttainers the p~ubI1.§T.._.1gs yuur seventiéth on ann:iv&rsarY andear wishes rm-= gem...¢. &#39.&#39.r:1: A»- ~&#39.<. the nrogtram had been spnnseredi by the vwkizrn 1fhEa. advi _A 0n Cor1i i~den1:i a1 I.nt. ._[92.mi? known sec} that V_P. that the SpecialSomrnittee on Un-American Mtivities..had"vbeen~* sponsm-ed by the AmericanLabor Party.min<a ki0n ma. E3. gags Y8.sic.cadem. Daily Worker 1. howesvm in hailing and ugmvting natimnal iiiB. Cmnmmist issua Deaember1959.

.. . planned to set up a new draft program designed to show to the public that "the Progressive Party is not a radical party.. &#39. but outside of NewYork City they have been unable to win 1..-. i *3._.P. ____ /&#39.. column l. : q . "&#39.__.1950. NewYork City. but would not be permitted to bold positions l£ dBT5hiPI A .&#39. I- According Party would be made public to the Informant. the new plan of the Progressive at the convention." . . tiono -.._7.K-1 YBUN WAL» » . This article reflected that PAULROBESON would "play a leading part in the conven&#39. of _3.E.. 191-">0. - that PKLL ROBESDN would be one of the speakers at the &#39. o be noted that the "nailyliorker" .-=-.> _<.&#39. 1950. -g Mvalue-xgugop ! B In u _ _ "TheW&#39. . i . . . j ¢m@.: _Qt 4-__ ..=g.92-_ _- -- Ini ormantkn H c c o 1&#39." at the ManhattanCenter. It . _ 92 .. .~.orker" issue of February 12.I¥ &#39. -9.%__ . .-~~ F ._ V &#39. W 3." . The"DailyWorker" tissue. -"". They succeededin capturing the Manhattanand BI 0Ok_1.. _.C. page 3. The article re ected meeting._ d. column1.i-=9. section 1.. at its Chicago convention.." . NY 100-25857 "For years. own reliability. reported that the Wnerican Labor Party would sponsor a "Rally for F. advised that the Progressive Party. reported that the Progressive Party was making lens for the &#39. Communists would be welcomeas active membersin the Progressive Party. National Convention tobeheld inChicago from February 2ito26. v control..e 5%.» .f-if L &#39..1 =f/¢u»~:*1~ "--4 ."&#39.page5.> 0n_Con1 idential &#39. . are Best Go M ahd"l1heWorker" =- is--gee ~. _~m%%f iwtré &#39. and not connected with the CommunistParty..of FebruaryI0. W3$5§ J1e_@&#39. I V. 1 g?a§m£f . 314Street and Eighth Avenue. the Gomnnmists have put forth the greatest efforts to capture the entire AmericanLabor Party throughout NewYork State.1-1." :i1e § f_&#39. Informant reported that the program of the Progressive Party woulddeal vriththe following: "1.-._ ._.3m sections or the AmericanLabor Party.-1.

u forces and those who . reported that the American Labor February15.. . Party sponsorede Rally. of the Council on .= .. but on the other hand if the Gomzmmist Party choosesto fight the adoptionof the program..5: .." - - The"Daily Worker"issue of February17.frioen sifnirs yesterday denouncedthe terror against African Workers in Liberia and South Af:rica.¢%!. __. _ . thenthe Progressive Party would _e-... According to the article PAULROBESON was one of the speakers at this rally and was reported to have said that "Full rights for any peopleare on the order of the day. for 1iEEP. "3. 1950. A coalition of all left-of-center placed humanrights first._I. containedan article entitled "Robeson Blasts against African . 1950.-1&#39. .__ .-. . .i. &#39.=_&#39.._."..¢.--Q-i "6.21 "5. &#39. u 1*?! IAL 92 &#39. *:&#39._.R * &#39. In an attempt to movethe ProgressiveParty in the right d. :_ . I _ l ." on February 13.£-&#39. n 1 0 .&#39.._q take the stand that a united front with the Cormmmist Party is impossible. - C» i . andwe&#39.rection an invitation will be extendedto all true liberals who have shunned the Party because of its Communisttinge. i "14. -. iCU. _f._2._.M. Io 1 Y ._ . Y A public denial will be issued that the Progressive Ij Party is Communist-dolninsted. pageS." The Communist Forty has been declared by the Attorney ?v...1! 92 .s.ll keep on fighting and dying for themuntil democracy is a reality in this country. The"DailyWorker"issue of column2.~=~-&#39. The differences between the Gonummist Party Progressive Party are not so sherpthet a and the little flexibility onthe part of the Communist Party cannotsettle the issues.~." In this article it was reported that Paul Robeson. column1.*-I»_. sorkers._...and attemptto split the Progressive Party. .&#39... page8.:_&#39._ .. 1950 at the Manhattan Center.C. D&#39. _. 111&#39.¢_~ "- Generalas coming within the purviewoi:ExecutiveOrder9835.!= &#39. loo-25857 I "2._.-r .7 ? more 92nn .£.. The Progressive Party shall not align itself with either the Republican or Democratic Parties.

_. In this article it was reported that the May Day Committee was to be in charge of the plahs for the may Day celebration to be held on Hay 1.&#39.adviseri that on February 19.&#39.1---. 1950 he attended the State Convention of the Progressive Party of Maryland which had been held at the Odd Fellows Hall.&#39.n<.1 . column 1. The PAUL BOBESOH had been named a5 Co Chairman of the Progressive Party at this convention. ROEESONalso urged the people "to fight for the eleven Communist Party leaders because the Communist Party fights for some of the same rights that the Progressive Q Party does. America are not accepted in openly to the that and he was cause of oppressed peeple._._ The Council .i.h.=1 "15: 92 -s~ t -~ . the United States foreigr policy end the herylend Ober Law. purview of Executive Order 9535.1 &#39.-»-5.14 ...--QT.T ca . .__.1 &#39." The "Daily Worker" issue of Februe1§&#39. reported that the Progressive Party ended its Second Annual article reflected that Convuntion in Chicago on Februery 26.bility.92. 92 .F92_ _ l. section 1.. 1 The article suppression offrican exploitation by further reflected armed might which the 1 i kind of enforcement rulers of Africa n-m.la-v~ In:-can BETA f&#39. -. According to the informant.. > Confidential Informant: of 1:no:*m relie.< -.=z~+.$&#39.i&#39. :*1 5.i v.2T.i The "Daily orker" issue of March 12..§_r~. 1950.. r" 1* I. T .- that ROBESOH charged "that revolts--shows the 92 ._ rt &#39. . informant. 1956. "T the of are employing in end European investmente. a M v"-1 7. _ t_. page 1.p." _.-F ~§.- _e*ewe . reported that PAUL ROBESON was a sponsor of the Hey Day Committee.Eeetrine. "demanded full citizenship thet RDBESON. -- E. page 3... column 1. -_ 4* V. I NY 100-2585? C[. __&#39.. &#39. in his all Negro and Jewish people in the out how both races dedicating his whole life United States. According to the and delivered informant stated priVi1E5¬$ for he pointed Maryland..! Affairs has been declared hr the _ on African Attorney General as coming within the -x. PAUL ROBESON attended this meeting convention. ": -RI.-m=m ____1&#39. 1950.v 1 =1-s I -92 .§_.~"I:__r_ The informant said that ROBESOT also criticized the _. 1950._. The a speech to the members attending this speech.!I nepuolicen anu Democratic Parties.»: _ ~.>. the Tefte ertley Law.-._. .>.nnnizi -_i-ii._ T rwrw=Hl V ->_. the Tronen.n1" Amerioen vouwm vw -inn mu»: -"i-+.1 . . Baltimore. He Cullough and Lanville Streets.L::l§: .! ._t .

e. ." &#39.oilit SD advised that front organization Party. ~ _J_.. page9:._ . column 2. column 1. 1950 and was to have participated in a discussion on "the position of the Negro in American Political life.-@ ck for veterans hundreds oi of NBC.." _ _ Confidential Informe.5 ."-. it today by CHnRI.. ELEAEO2 ROO$EVEIE&#39. contained an article entitled "ROBESON Concert to Raise Funds .u _orl<er" iesue of isrierch 1?. page 6. reported that thousand last night in "PAUL ROBESON told acheering the South Side Negro I won&#39. The "Amsterdam News"issue oi Iviarch 15." The "Daily1&#39. .." This article reported that the Herlem.:&#39..<_ v." -2:. -_ ._de5pite being N33 television show.$ The "Daily Worker" issue of March 1?.. ._ .ES R.... 1950 audience of fifteen Community in Chicago tnet banned from . 1 UJa92%i H IHL I- The United May Day Committee has been declared by the Attorney General as comingwithin the purview of Executive Urder 9835. -.3 1. ~. column 2. page ?.--.__.&#39. H _ _ ..Ii.ntknown of relia 541. I.. 1950. -4. cc atained an article entitled "Pickets Blast NBC Video Censorship of Robinson. -----j complaints from been taken off Sunday. that ROBESON was to have been he guest on Mrs. pro-Coznmunist Negro singer .. RQOVEHEIS&#39. 1950 before the main entrance of Radio City» The article further reported that the demonstration was in protest "against the banning oi PAUL ROBESQN from ascheduled appearance on Ms. for Peekskill will sing Suit. . 1950. Hrs. . Negro leaders ROBESOWS and spokesmen ¢ The above article reported. .DENNY.--_ . ELEANOR ROOSEVELT*S Sundaytelevision program.__. ELEANOEE r American" issue of March ROBESON. - C I85 announced organizations.:4 ".W .has ROOSEVELT S television program next removal followed ._l9SO.Trade Union Council sponsored apicket demonstration on March 16. " 1 El M 1O0_25bS? ." In this article at a concert to raise funds it was reflected that for the financing of PAUL ROBESON the tio"mi111¢n dollar HAL . V the Harlem Trade Union and that its officers ouncil isa Comunist Party are members of the Communist _- - &#39.~. -. The New York "Journal reported that "PAUL Hrs. Executive Vice President 13.S program on March 19.t be silenced&#39.5_ /6 > - A ~~l_______.&#39..

a. 1950 reported that "Federal Judge G01-IGER yesterday restrained PAUL _ROBESOl*I. New concert has York City been sponsored on this by the date. *1 .-n-F .000 damage that the action of Rights Congress has been declared by within the purview of Executive Order 9535.?&#39.advised that B on Herch 23 he he at Souncil at summer against New York officials. called for the liberation of the eleven convicted Communists and asked for full support of the Harlem Trade Union Council and its fight for e place -9. .ry into the riots which developed when ROBE.: . <---&#39. The jurist refused to interfere with the Grand Jury"s . Fae-e had beenentitled "Shoulderat the The NewYork "Daily Hirror" issue of March Eh. Harlem Trade Union . New York its investigation . &#39.SON triedto Bing at aleftistsponsored rally. !._-un lled. Westchester and Peekskill Peekskill last It was announcedthat thejoncert to-Shoulder" and would be Q . _3 1 4 "suit by victims of the mob violence at State... the Attorney - _0n Coni identialInformantlof knmm Z . RGBESON had been a speaker at the rally and.~¢. until the Grand Jury Peekskilll last the-re has completed summer. HOBEON.~ .1 1{.-&#39.inqui. held on City. The informant stated Westchester Peekskill Committee." &#39.. &#39. According to the informant. _ in labor suit against for ended a meeting sponsored by the Negro people. eattended the PAUL ROBESON concertfor the Peekskill. victims of -. on? Confidential Informant . lh2 Street and Lenox Avenue. The informant stated that the meeting was called "Labor solutes the Negro People Rally.o- 573 . é. &#39. the Civil Rights Congress. 3h th and Eighth Avenue.e_&#39. who had ordered another AL _?-_ the delay in .~. the meeting had protested Federal Judge CONGER inNew York." According to the informant. according to the informant.000._ c. March 26 the Golden Gate Bell Room. in his speech. and others from proceeding with their $2.2. Ki iiiJ92!T92AL NY 100-2555? 3. - reliability." which bed been held at the Eerlhatte Center. .- Westchester officials of the riots near The Civil General as coming Street 3 Manhattan Center." advis .

v the informant. he saw the Marshall Plan going from worse to worse.-7&#39.i rica..1ya . l :». 1 ." _ --. . ::~. in his speech. Where are the million voters we got a couple of years ago. :__ _-_ .% /l. "He was in Europe one year ago. LIX 130-2585? ... -lg - -. OnAprilI4. 3 re.o£<1. and they are talking of jailing thousandsof amerieans._1ot trifle with the peopleftheydid not trifle with the miners and would not have trifled with iron and steel if not for some stool pigeons. Wegmericans shouldfeel ashamed to stmd by doing nothing.7 the following The informant comments: - stated that ROBESONQin. .000 Federal&#39. .S. OnApril12..&#39.13 ROBESONdid not make a speech at this ROBESON wasl eonoealedember . they night prove unhealthy. -_ _: &#39.. . 1950Confidential Informant &#39. t-4.. also made .dvised thathe had attended a "Freedom Rally" Committee at the Manhattan According sponsored by the Joint Anti-Fascist Center on this PAUL ROBESONhad been to the informant Refugee &#39.92 ~ there are 15 million of them in this country and they might not be willing to die so easily. In 1=.da. rally According to but sang many In April 1950 Con dential Informant advised that the Westchester Peekskill Committee was a.-$.-Yul . ll and 25. I2 r-1. there are B million negroesagainst 2 million whites and 8 millions throwingrocks to 2 millions can get awful rough. thenjust reniember thehistory &#39. I work hard.mege suit byROBESON andtwenty-seven e.%y. q- date. .oi known advised that PAUL reliability.:_-£ followers.. judiciary and other powers are trying to bring back world Fascism. ~ now visiting us tel_l_us. . I can not do more.: the Peekskill$2. his speech. brought L it -migzt also prove unhealthy.1950 Confidential Informant T-6. one of the speakers at this rally and. They want to take over Africa but they are afraid. Deniswill bejailed like the manyothers. The US oa._.neConnnmistParty &#39. First 10. &#39. *. freedom to miners in Chile as the fredom loving The US has m-an from Chile.theyarezifraidto defend the 25. ..000. others against Westchester County and NewYork State officials..seismto put its foot backthere.&#39.. Ae ..n__.&#39.1&#39.--_-. had said that "The U. The people of Europe will not allow i a._ 4i > _._ i_1. CommunistParty front organization. F ??? _8_[ID~ NHAL . .~1 .there are the thouandsvoters we got last year? We are loosing millions of . but they will not trifle with the negro gieople. folk songs for the audience. but I still feel ashamed..

1. I BEE11% TTU DIE. -*1&#39.&#39. :i§_§. . 195$ at the H tel Liarahatt-an Towera.¥1¬ * E°_ ¥¥E_A. CZEf}i5 ETC.mar1t_ kncmn reliability. G neerziling ECIKE G l ...-4. be held Satéur. I W111}.=ht at Gsrnegis Hall.» .iLG.-§l. FR"-W :-£3 0.ay :r. .é Vrememb But erg" pecple.§&#39.}..ig.:»_. column S. aecoréing to an ertiel by I -IILLIAHZ. sing0I§ at the czel*ehratien cs-1 the 38thaarmiversary of the .fan"?-i~F&s_c: L5Vc. the Daily :1 "= ::.."__ _9_ AL z ...ha92t Carlfident-ial I!*. &#39.? GP tI3 :..92 N IL» .§crn:§. "Baily Theé warker" issue sf April 16. m-ma of that } _ww ame@§_. ~§?1.. °£ ii §T§?%~_¬~_~§2_1..:?§&#39. Bmaciwayé and?5 Street. The Baily orker* issue of April 18. l9£. *1 :"* i3¬>. I WILL THE 1630MILLIQN HU3SIAN$ and the GEE! KEILLIQES BF P6133.92 92 -._ =a~ ¢~ -&#39.he~ Communist Party. mm1 MKE.&b&#39.5 T < .§ . New York Gity. 3&#39.:8-31 as é1l coming within the &#39... Refugee been declared by the purview ef Executive Order9835. rep:-wteci mat F. -&#39..SE. USA in "The Worker ! issue sf Januassy 9.f=:>z&#39. 3HAI~§CE. _ The I <>z r1i:1gFreihéit" is was vi the many pqmrs either awned er spansoreé by the Cmnmmist Pa :-y. gimme?" GB-T3!.»_92~~ .[. Gbeirmma or -i:.: » ! .c>rke1z*" the Sunday is editian at marker-*&#39.2 &#39. &#39.___-.=B3if5 W111. 195$. .. F@S > 1 ER. ~ 4 I of the gegra pimple in the . ?E3¬ E§§-3._ v . .: 92 uni? : &#39. 1§E AWE THE»NM 1. page 3.352? 615.S reflected mm mam was an eaitarial writer lm?» rm the "B1-»il:v**" c:r¥:er.¥ D The "Ba. mmnittee has _ <_ é It is to benoiasé that the Joini.T:~mf $30MILLIQN t1§§IW.EI-HE AHISTGQRMZ-135... 13. . rézvorted that * } :._&#39. 1... EH »."»s*<51 ..- ei§§!i92i. -» 4. X ~:-»&#39.T! l F¢ C. Q .92 =. 1: :6 ._~ .:_ 92_z -_ -92&#39. § ¥". aulunm 3.GEQRGIA GR MISSISEIPPIBEFD§£ 5&#39..? _-. _.ND SIDE RITE ma rm REST v_..=" BY SIQE . M 19$-2535 ? 3&#39. . . page 5. . &#39.-zsgi is to he nctaci mat The ?i&#39.§£&#39. "q an-i.. it is ta be nutexj _t.i3g*Worker" issue of June :5.£S >l*i PEGFUI . glage3.Ml. they miglzt notwant tn die es. AGT:T §ISCi}§H._.fl:Ii I5T THE FEW.g Freiheitf whicil will..958. I WILL - QUHEEUEISTS {IF EH15 USA.j~ ~~-~ f zzareiiul oi the £95151? HE.n.. --. LIt ".L RQEESQI3 was asponaar of the Y elcome HumeRecepticvn for H3133 @15317$ beheld cm April Ella..-ES} BI THE QGLOREE FEGFLE£113] THE}vJ1.2¬J?. t .-&#39.

.. at Madison Kay 20..§+i . We are e part oi that.! -._- The International Workers Order has beendeclaredby the Attorney General as coming Iithin the purview ofExecutive Order 9835.9 : .. :*fl ""&#39.._-~»..+~ "U&#39.Iho wait for us to come and help us in our struggle for peace. &#39.». *""" " """" t *""&#39. r&#39. California to the informant.-._. J &#39.. we Negroes.. 1950.~ "" "&#39. ___. .r.»-~"i 0nMayl. mmiverosazy celebration of Workers Order. . The the principal agents prepared speakers._ ~. On June19145 25. .~. /92 reviewed New York City. but throughout the Iorld.. the on this date. ~.end this day is an American day-this is an international day-it means that we look for a ohmging world. __-92 D of the Communist Political Association old.ndSA b the activitiesof theMay Day celebration at Union Square. on A 3. and for apeop1es&#39.--I---ppv g {Pi -.»-m_.1 V7. =1-."* reliability.&#39. advised that he had attended ameeting sponsored by the . t V _...- .195OSA:a. This must be one which sta._. page 8. Intemational Square Garden." . we workers. column reported that PAUL ROBESON mould attend the 20th the Jewish People&#39. .The Communist Party will fight for _ the privilege. 1950.| _&#39. ..92._ N! 100-25357 _.24. Here in America. . Con Informant dential gadvieed that mm: Bu book number 283194... /_ by speech made by &#39. Jewish People&#39._ _ 92 -e135. i t . AU the speech made .>. following is meeting: mtg:." America 92 "Friends-we are all proud to be here today--to be part of for peace.- The "Daily Worker" issue of April 23. -&#39.&#39._... I A.that thi America must he e different lend.. We are committed to build anew world._. F1.. and we ..nds.>.__. must take our common st:-ength. The a summery of folloning is the speeohesmede the text of the PAUL ROBESON: this demonstration the understanding Y <f:I» »v _ . r. world. : .. we scientists. _ &#39.._ X I.---51&#39. e -- u GOLD was amember I." V V A_ "":* V n "Unxr A &#39.~ >1. . &#39.Embassy Auditorium eAccording by ROBESON atIt-his in Los Angeles.-mm Hnffh =1 "r.. _. We artists. New York City.s Fraternal Order of the International Workers Drder at the . -10- L.-lng membership The ComnnmistPolitical Association has been cited by the Attorney General as coming the purview of Executive Order 9835&#39.s FraternalOrder. We know that-".

s l&#39. among the Jewish people. and I am. having the c-urage to stand and fight and never give eround.. I will fight against it with every I0 0 0 0 &#39. I!--7.t frightened.re gonna have a decent world for our children whoever they may be.1 sign which called . It meansworking everzgsy. and it&#39.. page 1.but upon our shoulders in this great lend is a very --c. anti-lynch Taft-Hartley and housing-" sponsored by the Progressive Party. among the Negro people. for our kind of ghting America. a responsibility to live up to what we must in our times. That battle we can win and I wants thank you for being part of that vanguard in this great ! historic time.»&#39. That is our responsibility which we oust carry on to our children yet unborn. 92&#39. the other America. The above article reflected P that of which RBBESON is Co-chairman. %T§ | . ~ &#39.C. column1.~.*r9§Sj §&#39. of May 28. The "Daily Worker" issue ..2 - P"! = 92 J "I just went to say before I go that I was happywhen I came in. 1950.". It&#39. . .. we he a lot of nonsense. .92. I an sure that those responsibilities we shall accept.1.F --5--M nice. he are winning this struggle and nothing can set the world hack&#39. we&#39. D. £4.. and I wants thank you for this feeling of courage that you give to m.s Z"1&#39. they sren t stepping back any more than you are stepping back here tonight.--1. among the foreign born.sure to those others who come into your mdst._&#39. I&#39. about fear et cetera. the fascist America.-qr--g = very deep responsibility. &#39. This picture reflected that RCBESUN1ues carrying a lsw. broadening this base amongmillions and millions of . as the song said. our message. whether they be black or white. for "enact FEPC. amend the picket line had been .. ccntsined a picture which reflected PAULROBESON picketing the White House in Washington. going about this America.d.a ._:al_ I c0u*W92AL "A .ve seen the people from Q s w below.ve been going ECIOSS-th6 ~GJHn I jf3&#39.1 .92-».1.s wonderful to know and to experience this kind of spirit and courage in Los Angeles.t easy. not a reactionary America but an America of the people that of an America that I said before that I love to the depth of my being.-.£~_meri¢8n5_ tho wait to hear. con we n-. -. abolish Poll Tax. among the workers who are saying that we are going to have peace in our time. 3-. and it isn&#39." &#39. I&#39. E N DI N GQ -11- . &#39. "Though I would tell you of the strength thet I find going about this America of ours an to remind you that all around the world today the people are on the mcrch._ I .: lA e.ve seen those kind of people and they aren&#39.1-&#39.&#39.:. in kind but &#39. but I&#39.

{ *&#39..Ir . .§ from &#39."¢._3." f*.---0... J1..r 4 ._ ___.x._~v. &#39.1? . X ~ .&#39...1 .1I&#39..~1-:1 M. Q "~... J.. wt u._ . of the subject.F > Q >1 u &#39. » .G " -&#39. . A NIIOO-2585? ~ - ! ii-33 A -....7 _s .1n .. .. I speeches..A .~_&#39..i--~ -Z-IA.i At New York Citz . . . 92 &#39._< NEW YORK _} .. will follow and report general Communist Party activities 4-I.§$§ T.__&#39.excerptssubject&#39. will follow and report pertinent&#39..

.. u - ._.» " . .92- .1 Angeles letter to Bureay 5/9/50 T-8 f&#39...C3 i~-&#39.. ._."*}>&#39.LNT§ -_ _ .. REFERENCE *1 F0me reported t0 5&1 and the --=--u--Iv . _&#39.-. .. -v " ~51 ..:=-.7 &#39. 92* Baltimore to New York letterdated ._92&#39..J -13- .-Y.. 1/9/50 m .. THOMPSON dated at New York JUN11 1950 are as follows: T-1 &#39. -_-. 3?. tacted by SA " 30 T-5 T-6 re "PAUL ROBESONSECURITY QIATTEH-C"_.&#39 &#39. *. . . New lMTTFB C" rm.->4 &#39.1 . .1.~=- H1 ]_QQ_2§35&#39._- SECURITY i &#39.__ T-3 UNI..-.] .[f ..1:-h bl New York City Report of SA._= --. .._ 4 . 1.1 by SA by SA T-7 1-.» é J"| I QQNFIREFTIAL IlF_9R15-&#39.&#39..-J writer t < ntacted SA by who requésted his identit be tke co 1 an .-§L:~-ii T-2 _&#39.&#39. -.* -_.-._ 92¢¢__&#39.&#39.5 .1..contacted .g The Con dential Idformants mentioned in the report of SA MELVIN A.__ .a__ . .j:.!-I-| . ...

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11 tn t send yin: av pestmrd from It is _.t@&d to theIagem tvm cards vaiich were 5. July card is ___.:. Bsnnectamrb.f 1&#39.} The kxanciwritten messaga an this l> I aéirii ii-S as follows: § mar Era. S valNa i to a S .1.-.» ..§. Alaaka.0 . ..<::.3 s&#39. ?* 1§K§§fc¢ i5" §i§ii* &#39.r 2*1&#39. .-.Pm an 1215 S5 Aleutian» 1»92 j &#39. 19%.4. . Wash.~ion_ _ that mm.»_123oh Aam. aerial I your cc~1._ .vi -Air-}. sscmmis! smccm - .Seattle.. _.r= Esmma amm HGBESGN. addreased ta "The Beeches.li &#39. _ Enfleld.m:rBs UNITED GD <Q W5 &#39.§ai1 ~ p1stsal vY renewed an ?. 2 Biew Hav n.ecticn_ 9 . bearixg cancellation of Jnlly 22. M be Y1&#39. 92 J W it n wmc&#39. ?V ..~ -~.me.TIO?E J ~: §§§ § 4% S@. 92&#39. 3 ~1.¢ v..». $7LiHISIi ..-" allawsa igledji the above ini m&#39. *~ Amessagewritten in pencil appearson the co:-xesponcience the card as if Ao 2"Hrs. photograph of Sewarei. - 1m * ?&#39. HOEISGN -.&#39. cf PA L ROBLSGL.-min -i&#39. and dascribeé. QNSmmam" a.Be}.cia1 A ant i hivs ca .3§»_ <»_:v 5 mqaestedé that her identity protected any D has mtside saurces. Alaska. 1&#39. . A3aska. grhotu 21. gh -BB cards were aa this Fast card p stmarked Valdez.V :1] -Y ~ =Director. .1-.~§ further advziseri bf}D every gwrt we hit» b81i6 VE¬i that the Bureau may dgssira to furnish up theappmpriate Naval autharitievs.*. Fur the infomation of rsferral. aka 9. nf Fmn-"b af - Valdez. 1950 /$A/HQEOM A _5&5.gian as vr presentatives in rm Uniteci hlations as: Ynrk New {ii} REGGREQU 118 § _ ~» Ifi~ 9292 * Wm P ..2. 1950.afew weeks age. aEr. £3"3&#39. This card eorrteinzs ammsrcia.. Y . <¢.-.m.SQi~I.» 4-. by there is _ > the Bureau beixg aet the Bureau and of certain of fmrth 1§evI¥ork Gffxce ana for ta Z1 . O Memarandufrz &#39. I: -.Bufile m:.! side of acommercial aerial. Alaska.. A j 7.3.. _ <-..*1 :>.rn= July 31.. RQESQQ -I-ierew s card fur % Wi C. RGBESON 18 residingalane their at _ as TheBeechea"En in ealdg that PAUL RGBBE-ON has notbean at his Emklimsidence in sevelral months. Pestcard postmarked ~ date _ Seward. &#39.~:¢.1. that zrecemly. oi the Port.~. comzazsm::..f5¬} Hxs ESLAWLA by WUHZEZ RE!£ii":mfa .92 : ¬ : evxhibd. . FBI m&#39.. INFi?F3*i§. resilas irztain _§.

__..noted CK._".-.__... aka sscusirx warm ! ~ :.ARL BUCK has been 1 iICIr£&#39. &#39.. has recentlycollaboratin been book that PEARL BUCKis very friendly with &#39. .1lY_. author.-_ *-:&#39._».. 1-. mm " *>&#39.- s July 31.&#39.--" &#39. ROBESON stated recently that the _ illegal.- 5 1 &#39._ @.92_ ... -r* V M..11 .further RN name of Mrs. the no business lira.-.v-Q ~ .-_-._ _. &#39.The never do anything Americans had tated that :-.92Penns71vania.&#39..-.__--. /Q .0 friendly with yIi .__. ROBESON 0.&#39._. . £1? .f" 44. ~. .vino! - &#39. - .:-.uI-uni = -.. ROBESON newspapers sendsto clipp n1t Nehru Indus! every week she receives mail from the Indian Government inf01-med that Soviets will 1116"8.l1him aCommunist fullest extent.._-l .._. re-:.*&#39.LI Z "-&#39. F with Lrs ROBESGN on some also advised thatandLire. this he ROBéSONS !or years andwriting..i that PE. "K.. ..P~ §!_. a ..11 the ones and Russia - . ._.. ....fg._ V ! visited Mr couple ._ _-." her husband is not someone to oa&#39. .= corresponds week .n. 1950 Re: EsLAsnA soonsenessson.. _ -- Memoto Director: .&#39.. I~+»f _&#39.. E V __ &#39. .-.A 1..s &#39.5.. and &#39.- who do things is woniexful. . 0. -~ --=---~-~--92-H -----_ i.1: 1&#39." """&#39. e... 92&#39.. unier the ALSH stated._. I¥1_TTE&#39. -3 a&#39.1=&#39.Mrs~ ROBESONfrom Perkasie. t"92 . ...._ _.v and she appeared to Mrs." V. _ E?jj be eactremel informed that P&#39..- PAUL ROBESON e$EBUR_1.-.IT11l1 llS an he is just waiting for then he will sue such person to the Americans are in Korea said that 1"" 1 Iii. &#39..---&#39.-._4I§ .f-_&::4-&#39..

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recall he had attended any of the trip the training schools in .. I H. 92 . 12. . -.V .Espionago Woo individual ever involved in secret work. Do you know of would Additional an other activity indicate that the questions were questions in order to individual on the part of is a concealed asked as a result of fully develop his information._. Did this subject appear to have entree to the Buosion Consulate or did ho_reco£vo special conridoration and attention from known Russian Agents or GomwunistGfficials in U.PI . 7. L11 . &#39. _ J} . .. --.=!.-_92 14..~. "* 92".S.&. 1 Letter to _ -s Director L Fronts Wasindividualactivein front organizations.o " nu . -: &#39._ i 92 Q &#39.. * service? individual training. Government or is he any way in COHfiiP45j&l Gorernment work at this time? 11.r 8. Lhi¢? organizationo b. ~|&#39.- 13.5 - individual Bid individual ever do any special work for party. W11!t 1-~&#39. Russia? -E 1 5 9. Do you knowany other momkmrs of his family who are Communists? 7-"""&#39. "9292 U..¢_~.. Amy. . _ _. Did this individual havo military i &#39. . the individual which Communist? his answers to the above 3 . 5. }&#39.. ... was this other in AbrahamLincoln Brigade. Is individual still active or sympathetic-toward Party. 6.: = -&#39.?-&#39. affiliated employed in vital industry? . ¢.. _ Did you ever hear that Russiaand the the nature of Can you.l.l_. _._ &#39.S._~92-J Who areait.:. How active was .. a .? 10. Is the subjeot wwzking for the U. Canyou recall any trips abroadparticularly to approximate date of the trips? &#39.* &#39.

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? 92t&#39. *"-. . FE . "J1 2T. &#39. ROBESOH no a umber at the Gomnmiat. Z..92 -4! V &#39.J.1"1&#39. . -92 . at the Ri kso hasbemnnanborutanunhorotcumnmiat Ind has alsoboearoliodupantobcgin drivel that thanPartynntodto haveopened wharqby tbs negroe:light bi innit-Id to indimntim. Furbhu.!-on s it of mrb1<=um~1a&#39. kn * ROBESOIFI standing.a$} . _ / P. 92~*= . A.=.JAG! and others " &#39.RUFE5 &#39.~ Y? 51 §_g.n _ ED ..1 92.5 ._ _ _ . mllaly.?92~E 9&#39. lu-goL>&#3 mating inthe hon: 0 em nosason acted u net-er at// D11 caremeniu. Ibis adviea um: to nu first from those entrustedwith nopu Iork.Thislootingwaslxchlaivelyfor Partymar: and Ill attendedby Inch an as E&RLMOWER. -.[4 hi? IQ $3-&#39. i leg:-osingerthou cannu nducatud in oristhangin-&#39.7 9401.. [: All tin-o h tho period or mndviwl t ROBIESOI wasa loadingnabs.. andarose-I308._.. I m B03350! onave:-a1 occasion: as 1 member at theGomunist Party.~ -92..su X . WBESOH has bun 1 ltimlnnt tar 111-gofimnuhl rivu for thu Party- --2 _ " 2&#39.-1¢. 1&#39."_"»&#39.__. "¢""?.75@.#:.. Ononotable instance at this Ill I. V i_.~..L V&#39 About-however. {HE FORD and IILLIAI L PA&#39.% " {V l In 1 5.1 /a »/J ._ __&#39.»<- .. *1 ? iT. .Ptrty. Fromthl lat: 1930&#39.! On I was adviaed officially that PAUL.

. Her Haven . . eld. In 8 GIIr R &#39.. it-= i .n - _92 ! _&#39..1| . e.u *1. &#39.l 92_.i . is not frequently st home in Connecticut._ | --u &#39.i _». lest report submitted by this attics was the closing report or S1 nds The at new Haven..-| .._I_ip Essiebesan. .6. ..__-11 smmmrmrrm-c J c7* &#39. being transmitted reopened I0 that herewith. PAULBDEESOH. FBI DATE: August 8.=. §P §£3:? 19°*&#39.AuG1g P iiwm . ITS. __ __/__§ " ". lb. and continues to be The People : Party of Connecticuton 8/5/50 had e convemionat which time EQANIIL ROBESON us the next selected as candidate for Congresswomanat Large election. e he e .. She resides at 1221 Enfield 812. according w ee_n inabiltrated -.7_ Unlesssomereasonexists to the contrary it is believed that an SI Ce:-d should be maintained on the captioned Subject. 15&#39._ ~ am do e tin GP 0 onneoticnt. Connecticut but no c ivit in the GP I _o cticut. Ll? PI-111 @ &#39.-r .7: . Gonmcticut.--0* .!23 c>L} . . S Iv. "14I 92_92 ~. o 100-B032 cg: may be Jfs/ht! l h OI interelt to this office. GOVERN 92 .&#39.lire.442 : . .123&#39. I The captioned individual isthe wife ofP. e current &# Therefoioe. 12/26/la.. Pom FD-122 is The case in the New Haven Office is being report any be submitted and the Hear York Office is requested to zfumish the New Ewen Office with emr info contained in its Iilee oomerningSubject which ml. .withnew Elven as origin. The People ! Party.A OBESOlI.I e. This report re ected activity in the People s Party of &#39.¢-.-L < 2 21 .-1-7. . the noted eomert singer. §_ /If . Paul Leroy Robeson .§:|z _.. Gomecticut. TD = Director.&#39. F § .Q1-x| ~QnnnnuIu|nle. |[zQ. 1950 ?b FF-OH = SAG.3 -1 .&#39.e__ _&#39.» _. _I._ . Robeeoia.&#39.°&#39.. Infern- ticn available to this office re ects that her husband. L closed file is presently maintained on the captioned individual.+..2 553133? ES ROBESOE.i:&#39.l4 O iZVIEMOWZWJZMZ -UNITED STATE.-M:.tE.

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n.scm.é.j. .t1a.I ___ Post card poltmarkcd Smnrd. It is balinnd that thl Iureau my desire to furnish to the appmpx-into Ian! authorities.1m:0OI12I! j. T . Front at E . ::u1. than is bait. &#39.__ 1 vii -%-¬~ . &#39. RGBESOH - I : b7% Mthr on the » SS lloutinn.=- . I men norm no Tho Beaches" in Enlialdg that MEL PCBEEGB bu nut baa at hi: Fn nld residence in aeve:-:1 months. 1..l a ruidoncc ixhibitid known at ha wotcctad and not &#39.:-*_ 8 f§. " n ./ /J -.. &#39.?& W5-gp. mF~§MA&#39. - v *1 Ds.! The handwritten maul. §. 1950.. .! f. bsarim cancellation datl nf July 22.. 1950 518.FDBLSUII . E5111 saws: &o£z. m I _ -. Q¢.ZJ31 Y--7 fortheinformation oftheBureau and theIn IarkOffice and far90:05-bl! referral by tho Burial: of certain if this info tn 9.-i . Huh 92_.uni sncmzm mum ! » "" ~ " ~ _..0YEDLi.Poutcardpoltnrkcd Valdql. _-.8._ mnd! ~I ?T* <.l1 an-1:1 photo or the Port of Ynldu.This mu contain: I. Links-J A messagewrittnn in pencil appear: an the can-espondcnci K1 sideof thecardan follows: rs. couurcinl ax-111 phé lgrlph of Bum-d. L is as tnlluln I&#39. nHr..:-" HC» 1 53nus2 195&#39.? 1 L w -J . Iaval a | 92 ll !! > D79 . lvnuuasoensu .é 2.&#39. . and youa paatcardfromovaryport wehit ..? .31-&#39.2 . amid um am...z_.I.. u above into:-nation &#39.331$._J&#39. 4 I..r .1.July 21. thus cards were as ~- follows: "" *-1*I§ §""&#39. and Era.. . alanf n.. K .. . than..r c0t@TAINE I M * 1&#39.»r.» nu am has requested at Otltlidl her idmtity murals.A ofPAYL 1<-:>B5. .3 1" * mum 0201:: ROBESOI.Here a: cardfor F _your oellectian. L1-.__ W11 V 92 Irecuvm on 7/25/50 byurn. not forth bale! certain ini Wt 1. Cutmecticuir-.iw1re -:1.i&#39.sm:er¢$. .? /._@ i=- Jul! 31. nbszson 1. EHLT described an Belgian rapreseutltivél 1% the United Ratt cc:leilurkB! 5"/M L4/F mm? g L0 Q _. C.I. V -_. _ jsuriluloo-1230h __. . 0 n Ikinctor.. .residing.»I-4 . comzzs I1» .6.~. Alaska.l &#39... .. L " to tht Agent £10 111*-H111 pol?-ll cards ili h 1-. s m1Lgont ofumarm u 5.ll t t 6 Dear En. _ _ . ._~&#39. that recently a In week! ago. .i bZ .. on this sari 7 &#39. En Haven .¢92.»&. 1950. ->7 .unu- . in nld. _ this cud in 1 ¢O&#39..:~c lddrclmed ta "Tho Beechel..r * """ TIE :4.} A U &#39. W. Alaska.

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...&#39. 1950.T. ROBEISCN was one of the speakers at a meeting of the Committeefor e Democratic F81 Eastern Policy.~ &#39. -&#39. &#39. for ty. and is believed to be a committee .J-___ crnoeeson was listed C-. 8/8/50.92.5&#39. as e speaker at the imeriean ~v§~ _ " &#39.-. 1 Chinese people thought that their was lend reform she received. FBI_ CUT A s .. identi ed 3113. Fro.. concealedCommuniat ~_ 4 4 ed on_Jnne cc: He1I&#39. . _. ._» /7 7 1- .1950._ .I. éoomq=. advised C American Cont-inentel Cog. a concealed who does not hold has been 1 Communistand who would deny in te ier - ~.[~~ C # C ....H_ :2 &#39.l VW by 1 - describes0..I &#39.£I ér "1 ._ -5" _ &#39.-k .?. "L < V._.. formed from the membership of the Council on African Affairs.. -.EXQ»-. New fork City. _ Et _k_"92 &#39.Zi UNITED surescovenmmn war I Director.m?¢:<zs HE ~Ef<*11. _. PAUL."».1 .-_-*.3 8.._n..! t°T*?1 &#39.f 2!. 1...-. nA&#39. -. V *1 .i . -hr: .. 71JQ .. New York._ :__. --Q. 1 &#39.c<>nr1aanm1 xnromw-£!§=11==e onFebruary 1a.. which no held at the City Centre Casino.. &#39. . O i é -Mtmm.Committee ofthe r..-353._ . . ....!_4.-..92 &#39.I.¢.. It should he noted that the Council on African Affairs has been declared by the Attorney General to he within the purview of Executive Order 9835. NewYork.4 &#39. . > __..>aign._§.1.-CEsLAxo. that lo].»e__. &#39.. eunle 100-12301._... - 1:Firs..rI=._ a African Aid in located Committee. .-eeeior feece nee e roller-up en eiwiler ecegreeae held in Poland.92 .. Ivvllw aka..Haven REc0RDEB& &#39 9Vlé . u >. on February 18.4/rzdM?. and was part of the world-wideCommunist inspired "peace propaganda eam"&#39. . .. 1950 F101! %*SAG Hell" .. ROBESON commentedon her trip to Chine and o the reception 1 . 1950. -..~-.-. 2 .El$£.&#39.." -P .__ . U Vhe New Heien lettertonirector. J _.:e3 92 .oBeson.. SECURITY1IAT&#39.gsmwm pr:January 23.1 .. France and NewYork. .lER-C.--."..Iw° -to-mm arr &#39. greatest She said that the achievement under the revolution .. h&#39. Con dential Informant GVISQU that =1-":&#39.5 &#39. A 3.-.--.. at The informant the headquarters stated that of the Council the African on African Aid Affairs Committee ct 23 West 26th Street. _ C. Septembe 29. _-1T9 &#39. Li . "V sf- The "New York Times" of September 10th. . . NewYork City... -.-1 when the knew. VVi.&#39. I ALL ._ . .~cuz. .: §__... .-&#39.member oftheErect ." -&#39. . .. -.

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-5 _. culminating in the dem.. whether they were .. or what not. . as I was from my -aid: to keep lmericane in China..s Lrbitzzary actions in the United -attens use of _ veto. 7. on Americansentering Russia.- .._¢.. . why they took the action they did.sts&#39. -&#39. 1&#39.. "1e .._i fan ¢1 . to go to China and discuss the matter of recognition with the heads of Government the Chinese .Transsiberian Railway through Russia.. . _ ~C -4 .the _ Commmi.__. QI...r-= 4: &#39._.it seemed evident that the Communistsdid not want $1._ . etc.ha.. t - L- "I said.. "$he had heard that I&#39. - V -mes.. _...70 :1. . _ . treatment of ConsulGeneralWardand others..&#39. .. insulting etatments had. .Ch action would onlyintensifythe feelingagainstrecognition in Congress-and with the American public.5 welcome investment of private capital.en... had travelled by rail to Nanking and Shanghai.. Aiiaare .=1-==92...M.. who . &#39. eh e assured me..V -» __ .<. Robeson seemed to agree min-..39-BQ32 CUi"$iHAL we. .- "Then followed 6. Au. done more in turn Americanpublic feeling against Russia than anythinge?-Be-n Her 1 unwillingness to let her national: travel freely abroad.medical missionaries.~-¬_ *=~ 1 4 .. 92_..-restrictions she placed..___. offset Moscowinfluence and teaching.. I could not understand.~ surrender pert of our Consul General : compduhd.._.butetiu jfelt tneconimwmi lent 0. A &#39.2 * <1 L -.. Russia allowed her citizens to hear or read onJJ what the 2 u &#39...d madeat Peiping t»:.-.. if only to A. wasso. "Hrs. aoeeeonhad reached China.=&#39._e-i ..and urged that I head e.... and than returned the same route .. l ._.5? n EH 1&#39.5.. if they did want it. Fromall accounts.. general discussion on the Moscowtype of government.. -&#39. because they must have kI1OI1181l.. -&#39 I enxpnasized Russia&#39.. 2&W:-.-. She mentioned that Chou en-lei had addressed &#39. delegation of nmericanbusinessmen.. in the light of what had happenedsince last September.~. comingfrom Russia via the Trans»Siberia Railway and. I thought....-..sheassuredme wantrecognition to facilitatetradedevelopment -"theCommunists -no. ~ 5 _ 1 = »~= _ ~ ._&#39.:.--. andwho.._.~~m.-. mariait difficult for the peoples or the two countries to understand each other..... themfor over five hoursat onesessionandhadtold themof the Governmen a plane. _._ ..~ -.» _"_. etc._ ..- all parts of the world attended this meeting.__. as well ea . .. 1V . a. businessmen. 1 ~. although the greater mzmber were Chinese. .. -a-..--t-. really want trade channels "between the UnitedStates andChinaopened up._ -=»._--.E . extravagant. teachers. 1..1..d advocated recognition of the Chinese Communists..._. -* _ I emphasized I was not for recognition so auch from e..* P_&#39.&#39. _ .= .. business angle &#39.|...5... recognition._.. 5 recognition. before going nope...

~..3. =__" 3 _ _-1. V. it I rqalied foreign correspondent! statement that... ..-. but. she had to "lire. "iioIe1&#39.. -.-_1-. "7&. : 11-__ on -" -. _. V Plan aid.i.»&#39. ~.&#39.2. 5 ....5 -t. correspondent: were 4. Robeson said. &#39. r: . could be arranged.. .. _» . -.-... .». M» =...-.£. --"-&#39.5" . . She feel: she can understand the Chinesi -2% %I _".__.__W_ . 4e .. .<- *_ . A] m ii __ .¢.1--. oo ""rh:Ln1d..¢ uai ..-t92 . 1C.. " -. I-.<. &#39.-.I* 1*: .t.-. I ._-:._-V. _..-451.-F» 1~-... a persuasive &#39... ... ...:.t get horien right etc.er. .. 4__. q1-_ "LI mentioned refusal of to tile diepatchee.. Robeson volunteered the statement she is not a Coumniert. . bnt don&#39. ¢. _&#39.¢~..7.. .t take that to Ihich ae a to £0 to China &#39.1 .E 1 _. .. __ Politburo ranted allowed little than to hear and read. r -Ru ._ _.5_°.-L ~~ __m_L_¬&#39. ..-e _~ &#39.~ L Iu 1&#39..ng7ct om-l talk overnight.-1 - @." *4 .. 7&#39..g... -.2.. <. ...M4~ . .&#39. 5. democracy in this country relatively are._¢-. "f is a Ety-Rim follower._C_~ u__ --2 Hf E. 92 5-f .&#39. P ... .. if be no reetrictionn Iwanted of lane:-icm businessmen to learn the .. 5 ._-ttitb &#39... .-_._. -_.. dieseemed certain by the there would that if when Iwanted to go..-. 1. naked 1 Sumter mold be the commitment! beet tile .».. . . =_ m_ +A. . "-1». .. ~ -6* : _-_. P "r&#39.» f .7&#39. Russia encouraged American travel to Rlzaeia through the IRTOURIST Bureauetc. .-_-4.. .. 4 =1-gse _-. even 11&#39.&#39.... "W..-. .3._.. . &#39....__.».. Ihil-.. 7tA :::: T* : _-1: &#39. ~. ~. ._. .!l .. Robesonis a rather pleasing and attractive person... anti the fact that no race discrimination is Lpracticed in » .+ &#39. twenty years ago. .:. . .-"&#3 fl. .@_.-. I». _ .....mdJJ. Robeson seemed to hilihk that Iarshall European countriee carried reetrictione Italy before the election: there two aid unleen Q10 voted : M clanp doll: the lid.. v . _~._».»...-P" . in defended Moscow policies -no discrimination against neg:-oee etc.~.. .1 ..- F._.a.§&#39... . __ _ .. on_ ..--.t . 1. ahen aha tommi lo ll} Lnericane not reporting the truth..4.. they have been exploited Juet as the neg-oee have hem -&# . ..=. 3.a exploited.p . ...-M . -» 441-~.... &#39 -7 .92-r on]. M. ~ --.. 1?-*. _.="--." V.._7 ~. ..She play: up all the good points or o1.2.=&#39._... .e. .-.... &#39.1-"-z with: -. ..-. ... 1. ._. _&# -"" . ._. . .._.-. .-_..3? kg? . plenty or dilcrilinetiol.H. propaganda in yearn ago..=I-_. Italy didn&#39...eav ~:~*&#39.. .~ ~ -..not a Gomuniet...~.1. .¢--*"" ---.. A" j _k .-e . _. t&#39.-. =l &#39.I an pretty 1911 convinced Robeson.~.. V-a freedom Ilb-e. 1.--w».... 2-"&#39 1.. -" she mt knot are the bad Wintl.. L Apparently u. certainly .-_ . person. &#39.1.-it-2-Q. ._"_- lzile Ire. correspondents told Chinese Commniste to permit again countered the truth..-r »l &#39. _ ~ truth.~. _ _V... _.@&#39.. . ll iin vI ml.-. . especially in the eouth.-4 .&#39.... _4.._ .&#39. ._ ._ . :1-yaw. _. 92._.. --. 7"*":"5 -- v". Je-" - _W "lire...f:::~-... Russia is one thing which Ippelli to her mat...¢"4 ~ :2 . Foreign __ .4. 5-@.» E521..?_?. ieechee s H . . : .Q_92 1A &#39.. ma1&#39.. mrmshed western -L nentioned U.Comrunietl. _ h. _.-eel .-. 92_._. .._. . "*..1.&#39. .ng concede tothat the standards li itof .. -:&#39.... L: I.. 8 - _ H .-1 -. Gomunien and refuses __. apparently part. Q. speaking.-5*... - __ 3+» ... furtheeg in the0. "e92-....P.. t.._1..._.-=9-7.. . A -. _.»..:-3" L . iaile here in the U... ..1 v&#39. I ..1:.. than in other countries has aha rieited-" . .-. 1. _v -..-~... .-e ...1.F 1.~ 7 . . _..__~.2..-. . --92 --?-1-~.. . _ __-.=:: ..

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at a nominating convention of the Peoples Party of Connecticut in New Haven

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peace, and for being so chin end stete=~......~*. .i1~;e
m the UH deliberations.
Q}-is
is e. wonderful man". "We as the peeceeparty in this country cannot support
UN action

in

This article

--1

Korea.

We condemn it."

stated that

she criticised

11.5. delegate to the UJL,

AUSTIN,describing him as Mepoiled brat and a puppet
of
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The September28,
1950

issue of

ta

speaker at a conference

to be the featured

aura
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WARREN

Wall Street-"

the Daily Worker stated that the Subject
on the Uni ed

Action

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that the conference was sponsored by the Progressive Party of Massachusetts
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Mrs. ROBESON
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"Peoples Party Hope State Peace Campaign". This article goes on to state,
5

"Resolving to develop a concrete campaign around Peace as the paramount
issue in the coming election campaign, Peoples Party oi Conn. delegates

,

at their third convention pledged to secure 50,000 signatures on the World
Peace Appeal by Oct, 1-

"$10,000 signatures were personally

guaranteed by

the 113 delegates present. "Under local issues, the platform calls for the
reorganization and modernization of the state government, including provisions
for referendum and recall,

a revision

of election

laws to

on the ballot by any party, the elimination of difficulties

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freer
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issues stressed were expansion of unemploymentconpensation, effective rent

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include all illness whichkeepsworkersfrom bringing homepay, 1 Connecticut

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River Authority, o. State farmer : market," the repeal of the State Bales tax
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dinner
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PAIIL

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wife oi the Negro baritone, was nominated by the Peoples Party of Connecticut

as its candidatefor U. S. Representative-at-Largeat 0. conventionyesterday
at

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Towns House".

The October 13, 1950 issue of the Hartford Gourant contained.an article
re ecting that Hrs. PAULROBESON,
nomineefor U. . Representative-at-Large
in Connecticut,

addressed a Peoples Party rally

a

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jg. for
peace
we
may
even
have
war
here.
"1
vote
for
either
the
Repub
orDemocratic
Parties
isnotgoing
togive
us peede.
"&#39;I.&#39;hey
areworking
4 a
in Hartford on October 12, 1950, and she stated, "I can&#39;t
see howwe can

exist

without peace.

"War anywhere is war everywhere.

-

7

"Unless we vote

very hard for war".
1

-advised
um.

_

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heattended.
e Peoe Part meeting
on
ii

held at

i

H

This ini ormantstated

U,

that the Rev.DUDIEY
BURR
wasChairman
andrafter the openingremarks
he

introduced Hrs. ROBESOIQ
who stated that "she has never changed her mind

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and never will but will continue to fight for the better way of living",
i

&#39;
_=.&#39;»&#39;_-_.&#39;-H.
members
should
send
telegrams
notto thePresident
buttotheirCongressmen
if_
A discussion was then held on the lhmdt-HoCa1-ran Bill

and it was urged that

.

asking them to vote against it.
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m.

meeting

were in attendance.

ROBESON
spoke saying that the

at

Mrs.
t

-es
.

mistake we make is inder-eestimating
&#39;

ourselves. "The Republican and Democratic Parties are not. "The Democratic
i
Party has brought a Negro in from out of state to say they have a Negro £ight3
ing for them." She stated that she was
going
to remind them that she has lived
here for ten years and she was not brought in from another state.
She said
L
that becausemanypeople did not see her they think she is in llnseiee 1&#39;l.i_ie
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informant stated that many members
of
the Comonist Party in Hartford
New Haven were in attendance at this meeting.

and

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92The
Qctober25, 1950
issue

of the BridgeportTelegram
satesthat Dr. ESLJLNDA
Q, -,

~ ROBESON
would speak that night at a Peoples Party rally

at the B

&#39;i Bridgeport
and that in a radio broadcastover Station NABat 7:15 P.lE.,
ecedingthe rally she woulddiscussthe status of the Negroin Bridgeport
p

i

in21:.:J§
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Iith

respect to living

and working conditions.

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that
the
Subject
spoke
ofher
political
campaign
and
"how
she
had
ried to get experience from the other parties but has found out that they have
nothing to offer and that we can learn nothing from them". This was at a
Peoples Party meeting held at the Hotel Barnum, Bridgeport, Connecticut,
OCt~ObBI&#39;
25,

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iioung
Progressives
of A-merit;
The Hay 15, 1.950 edition of the Connecticut Canxgus,official newspaperoi the
University oi Connecticut, at Storrs, Cormeoticut, contained an article which
re ected that the Subject on May 13, 1950 addresseda group of students at the

University
ofConnecticut
under
the
auspices
ofthe
Young
Progressiv
of /7

Lmerioa. In this address she stated, "1 think anyonewho thinks Hdlarthy is

-

She startedthat"-t.:g -. ever thought sf but it wzmld ha mnxmrfal if it were i.pnnsa ta aé questian aiaeut Russia and c urcli ralaisiztrn .met. rs.n-M-n she is than before anti canstarxtly rising.nec the present 1 expansion of "the Univevristy af azzuecis-icui .9* deminated and inspirad by the Qomzmlniirst Party. 1:. that um list-ed b.1.sons&#39..1 . &#39.15 . ~._L.t. Sim Q " . are cheap are scarce. H . ii 5.. 1:-he 1i or bh . The American press is prétty biase and me 1-easun that I have ms respact» for the press is that it clues nut give dignified axpressiua for the Negrm "Ihey do mom: sayixzg of what they uaszt ta believs than . for a§§:ee%:&#39.-_=. the Russians am pleased sinee it.¥ &#39._-<-. .».. .d. Kev York Gity.._.~ wt =I_ in» . see -m¬s<i mmecessary tn adé._= _¢.eteJ.I. s..iw aw muchmoney on war pregaaratiens mat it does: neathave manegrta spend on schools and ether necessary things.man*$& " Faurth Point-A._.éz taken ms vaévisedthat theXeung Prug. rs. at. * .ic-an Aié ¬§e1~:mi. anather voima to those already ning: so much yeTl. ailomunist. 5 * .3 . i&#39.. away the big mrsiness from the her travels =-. Y 57¢ &#39.:ri.-..__-_.m1by the students by the Ruasians theirand satellite states.a buildings.l_ing. ? &#39. and the Harshall Plan. Iiemring that » . mirwrity.< .~~L.{.es is spand.ec J . . *s Negro is going ta treat you. ._92.L&#39.mp1ementad"-". ru.a.t1~::$.JBE$32§ electrifiw the awiimee by declaring 92 that 2...v.-3 ahould is rmta» "I type~ mi gelitician and » ...L £ £ iaiz shas bean declared by the Attumey Sarzexal £1-:3 Eve within 1:-he p1.z$<. This article centinuea by stating that most Qf the n. RQBESQHattacked western calcmialism._-&#39..-ie*a is anorganizaticfm ¢o1@3._ 2 Constitation- smtad fncaciamid rantprices. &#39. it mtshrlng that is gum in this "i3 11I1 §»iE?jF.92&#39. I Am 190-8032 0miYI1~1. KN Qn aslvissd . and faculty were attaekmg the stand by Era.aL _.. ":=~" . $. 15:88.... This article states that the auclience at the Jniversitgg or Donaiecticutw was war} hostile and she stat-ed that the Uxrit-ed $i~.t-ac.~5i>¬~"§ behaving mi like adignified -. this point astudent czzmter-attaaked by asking hm: she e:q>1a92:I1.v Q1 the Ebsemt-iva mmimee stat-ed that thin committee on African affairs at ta be A 23 Rest Eéthv Street. &#39. and is believed a_ cmnmittee formed mm éffairs.-.--A "We have the finest» ln res.aes~ti@n.1!&#39. saying that she had!visisbed mamchurshes during in §Ez1asia she foun them ex-cmde mzchmore an than in 1939.ng* the Azmarican citizen think Hc arthjr press that aituatiun is will make typical of headlines» for acertain their em - raa.. .3 a=-.».he E . The infomaut is located at the headquarters of the Cmmcil the membership cf the Gommil on Mricaxz Gouneil on African . 5 T1 3 &#39.re_ssi.&t1antic. reparting hcmest news".1az~:i living or is low in uamparisnn with the average man of American living.:¢<~ ~ e she said.iBE5{§ii stated um Russia had apolicy at taking.. ma 7 ~ 3nb&#39. 92%§$wa .t. %§§3$3I~I emu? the action ..iIz~m PB&#39. The article stated that althmxgh she said she wasglad to hear such co-nsiructéion was gcving on she had nu explanations.. Althozzgh stating that the Hrussian at-am-&#39../3 cf the populatziun atthe earth is "cnlnresl"._:. &s We liah $22111 had treated 1. _. PQBESIH said :1-t.Vi&!I of Executive flrder 983$. .s put farm->. ~:as.mewas as & m re -Qi time A-.:1.*.k. cimmh and leaving religion.>925< _ "~ .-i sen tor reprasem. ¢" &#39.. 1...vea of am. is highex thzaugh clothes nqaannuna-any bhe. _.Whan s&#39. -v-.

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1950
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at
1221 Enfield Street, Enfield, -&#39;Connecticut, ownedby her husbandand hei.:ae1I£in a place knownas "The Beeczhesli .
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to
an article appearing in tho Y Hartford Courant on September21, 1950 the Subject
stated
that she and her 1 AT

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husband planned
to

build

a six room house
in

tohe
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that

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has recently

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I

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at

in Horvralk, Connecticut, which had been verified

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Hill

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INFO RN!AN1§

The
confldential
informants
mentioned
in
ther ortofSA
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%aa+,ea
12-9-so
atNew
Haven,
C-ormoctiout,
entitled,
FESLANDA
000132
B%N, aka Hrs. Paul Leo Robeson,Essie Robeson,SECURITY
MATTERGI
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as

follows:

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.s speech made National Labor Conference for in Chicago Negro H1 nts... .V.. . set out..l.-&#39.m. ll_I-IELYIH 55.&#39. ifurnished s >_ 5/31/50 Council.pJ published by Harlem Trade Union text at -a &#39._._ 92_ It.:. pro--Communist newspaper in Britishaanniversa Guiana. _~.-. .__ 92 .r" " I~~ REPORT MAUI A1 ..5 .w_!.~92*:-=-.__ V +~ . of world ROBESONspoke at meeting s on ored by 1° j&#39. .-. Q/1._: . 20.i . _ _ _ Fraternal Order.. j.. .::.22. "Forge Ngro-Labor Unity -"&#39. . &#39. -. . -.% &#39._w_.... 1 &#39.§-l -51% V:" NI ru. man71951 27/50.z|~|o.~1.. 8 /50.&#39.~ er "T--1" 1 V -e.TRITY-C P BYNOPGlsOFFi92C V Fadiiised LROBESDN l&#39..._.i _ r uonron umloai RIPOIET IIABI If DATE wane HAD! Hm BK PAUL oelasos...~ V-~ -.. -1.__1 .. L&#39.~.=... . .¢&#39.1» r.§. Portions of speech._ . reported copy oi pampnlet.____.1 9.$___v_.. *~-..::.1/19 wan.. rally s sored reported ROBESOHWpassport cancelled._.1-92 W § ease:rt»/! on_|a|:~u1-mA1.92 for Peace ::$ and Jobs . _ advised RUBESON isconcealed Communist $ly worker".s y. s¢ 4*"T. --&#39... Pamph1et_contained of BOBESON&#39. O Rights Congress._-- LINTERNAL SECT.~. &#39. H *-&#39.:__.6 1.. 2o/=1.-. .vww .._.._ -.I= article wrote for i i -hunder". . Peace Information Center. mat Also BOB .". __ .... __ "51" ._. . 2gs%E%g5g:~T&#39.. .NEW YUBK %". Padvised BOBESON spoke y of Jewish People&#39.1 Q New York 6/9/50.s &#39. 4 J.. W 1% 5* 92Amer1can-Slav Congress. reported ROBESON spokeat me ting sponsored by Civil 92... ~ i :.-.. .~. Daily Worker". ._. BOBLESON spoke at bouquetgiven by 313 Ztatod /. yHarlem trade Union Council in Har1em....=-rd . ..1_-E-. __ §:§gg § . . C: "~&#39. Hf 7 ... J . 1~oQ""258 C 41 EAL! QFINVESTIGATIQN I II § ae¢@+~.1.-. kstated RUBESONspoke [ at Harlem Section Street a of GP. advised RQBJIZSON spoke at street 92.-:1" 3-... world Telegram and Sun". _. _v.-Q _.. ysponsored "New York Daily by Harlem News".=. . reported BQBESQN to attend meeting E Pertisans for Peace in London. at 20th . 6/30/50.. THO _ 7/19126127. . I u .2--: &#39._.

. sdvised&#39.____.I . 11/2h/50. 92 . __ ..1&#39. ---~»- &#39. .__. _--a< . _ "=* -92 &#39. 12/20/50. v pi ._.. ." " " v "I say the Soviet Union&#39..__ u &#39. A&#39..u 92 1 ..1.1. Daily Worker". this has given us negroes the chance of achieving our complete liberation within our own _ time..&#39.1 . M ____ _ ____ On May 2.1. We&#39. ... .. 1950 issue of "Thunder". . . _ J .. According to the iniorment. _ ..withinthisgeneration.. _ Q . v Secretary of state ACHESON¢.that PAUL SONhad an article entitled.re with you 100 percent on these things.~. »-. _ i-all-I-univ . reported ROBESON filed suit against- A -i 92 . of American-Soviet known reliability. _ to winning full v..4 a-r-- 1G - . - than . o I Thefollowingare some A above &#39. its exemple before the world of abolishing all discrimination based on colour or nationality. .. _ . ..&#39."=. n ._. Hotel.92 . | 1» and foremost. . But whet hes Russia&#39. some Now. e ~. 92v~ &#39. .. 1950 Confidential I ormnmof which appearedin the March. . ~ 4 .. .-. i1 >. its fight in every arena of world conflict for genuine democracy and for peace. Daily&#39. . .%¢ 5 »" &#39. -._ in . . ROBESON named to New World Peace reported _ . 11/2?/50.. A" ---7 h _ gg.-4__.done for us negroesi? American - the answer is very To me .7 _ .£.s negro and an simple and very~c1ear: ."&#39. .s very existence. .--. _92 -- less . t i_ ll/20150. -e%. _ . Yes. _.V i.1G Plaza Council _ in 1" I by Peace Council --. =.r at Riverside by National A T- . .. "Thunder" is a pro-Communistnewspaperpublished s in British Guiana.- 4- 5 1 A ~ . _.. K/f? r. P._» _. 7 < -r s IAL Worker". .L._._ . is - first .~ reported ROBEh0uspoke at peace Friendship. ~ ._ pw n_ _ .":¥&#39.._. i _. 1 &#39.__ 1-» &#39.. Paul.92.smericsn negro whose lire dedicated.&#39. in Warsaw. meeting Council ..7 . = or the statements contained .-.. . . people is and here _ . we agree with you on everything you say about Jimcrow and persecution. V &#39._ _._1_ T373 r_ cue: IF .»-&#39.< TF3? sponsored "Daily worker". ._ __ . "I happened tohave thehonour ofbeing present a rgw months ago at the great-celebration of the anniversary of the grea . . f . 5 ~ -. .... k issue: - -~ - nothing America.&#39. reported ROBEBON spoke at Labor Youth League Convention. .1 DETAiLS: &#39...-. full freedom. the - 0 . __. I speak as an. $1 &#39.=:.4 _&#39. . ... -" . written . "what Has Russia Done for negroes. .. t. honestand sincere peopleany to me. -._ for the -~ negro - freedom.

t1va1 && » Pushkin. Jewish I P80f.* Partisa Werlé Pe aalumn 3... :. .-a|.-.Inr¢r United States farcau ins "Da1. &#39. wEns Workers Order has as naming within the g.&#39.. Q_ V:a*erna~ Krd¢r sf 2G rsaw the - Iaternation workers Drdar. -. have gong up and éawn ~ 1 the land singing fbr the JPFG Inforthe battlefields Spain ofnut k{7 I saw many Jewish youths fighting freQ omJ we shall let Fascism rise in Germany again._.&#39. -.. V" &#39. .~> -..|v&#39. . I aspeech. Mayu an . _. tu_Russia 92 "1-I by Emp§rar . -2 .-Q ..1y$urker" is an aast . " _..1nthe viet nian.._ .-F "Thére are Ragrnes&#39.Intarnat1onal Attorney General r er $335. . . ""i*&#39..Ray 31._ &#39.&#39. And there are of brown and swarthy peogle.. _ . by the .g?&#39. tau.-. - "i . wast éaily ..¢ 1- . ¬ J* ! wwam..:&#39...* ? I.. . aea@v he :*.__<_.-.. _». raported that atten "a meeting taday of PAUL ROBESUKhad left leaders of tha World for London to 92 Partigans fur Peace-" The article reflected that the meeting wcul discuss the world peaae campaign and vuula plan preparations for the ~¢5&#39.-.._ _- .92 _-~_. j &#39 _* _. ~ " *... he anjoys {he same human rights»! ce1ebratiun. *fLm Informant *&#39._. Executive éV t . 92 Cammunist. several them.@-. who-in imeriea §<::::§ ":5-:= -..&#39.Aceurcling th._. iv_ ""*V»v_ -" .»..§ : _._: against the tien by - . yellow at wh1ta~-Ghrlstian...| ~@ = -+-¢.->~a ."~kg? *8 v~.&#39._ f ~. page 2. -- iew oratheist. .._ . . . P->_ ..... . But whether ans is arenowned poet or apeasant £armarqwb1aak*~br0wn. ><-".0! knnwn reliabili y. __§ world Pause songress to be hgld in S9505 in ctober.. 5 f&#39.--1 L»: ..»*&#39. &#39._.&#39. ~§*-r%192.. Haw *3 Yorka ity. ..... 1 92 } .5 was anjl t &#39.¢. &#39.1. &#39. Y &#39. .Repub11e. .. . &#39. _._ ..._ 3-..1-J~. HY IOGVESES7 .-.... *1 1.92 >4w&#39.1* - -. weresecondagpeup at indiviauals whe preacha tbs hhame at Qatred .&#39.A*Tha.~*1_~ F. 1" =-. held Square Garden._.IP92&#39. _ ... . .5 4.. - .|n ..._v._._ giq. :... ..-._¢.¥:Q i&#39.3.. whose ancestors were braught aver from gfrica Tuday these ecendants&#39. ->&#39.1 _ ..92. wauld he called nagrees. &#39. _. ....- Peter_tne raat._1 &#39. &#39. : 92. ?~ ._~192wI| @*> 31.The . far uarld " T YU1 § "A 4§¢4 A Rev York Eaily Haws issug viJune 2$_l?50 .. . . .._ .- cm % Cion f1d&#39. &#39. at Madi tugon PAUL RCIBE$ tbsI¬ guest af honor at In his this celebratibn speech EQBESUW told the an e1vere& audiemae. whnse great grandfa har .of the " » .g_ 3..-l" lgifa 792 Abyssianian brought 92 :.4:vw<?-w peat Alexander *##=.-. V1 >¢--. .13.: &#39.oncQ£r1ae£1:1a1§&#39. village at many millions 4 S¢_. &#39. ~ "Daily Hbrksr" bean described purview of r&#39.S".&#39.-&#39.. 1 . .". .af slaves guvern aSeviet Ahkhazia in the Georg1an. Qf knmm reliabil the i3_ ...--&#39. 7? hundreds at as slaves._ &#39. 1959...i1_. an in effect called &#39. = &#39.! issue a£&#39.-~ 92» .

-e-F &#39.-e. . ..~ r&#39. &#39.--.Inn F1e1ds.1" "-. _ __W.a. ..&#39.Ff{&#39.1i...}? -3.:= . 1950 PABL ROBESOB spoke & e tne NotionalLaborConference for Negro §igntswhichwasheid e"i& in Chicagoon June 16 " and 11.&#39.:7...._»&#39."" t».$ Yugoslavia.t92_&#39. &#39.M *3 F *1» Assistant AttorneyGeneral._co1umn 2. _ .In s speech _ a of k Cit * 1 7hi 0 hj 8 _@ people at the rally to emand the outlawing we &#39...92 ._..=. &#39.._. "&#39.-.J1w " &#39. . Theclash occurred after Rogge.%f" " * . _. ="=_ *T:92-"V-&#39.&#39. &#39." . __ 9.1-= x -T Y _. 1950_reported that PAULBOBESOH "flew intofyg 2 j" London fromNew YorkonMonday to..¢¢ ..&#39..§. .r>»"*"**~!"&#39.. L _ en itled.&#39.73 V . -4*" ._. _ _ - < i -_ V» ¢ _ -. it-i &#39.*»Y& ROBESON uredth.... :.--On Confidential Informant: **- ofknown rel1ab1l1 &#39. D..l<i: organizedpeace rally in London . -~.». 11:wasexpelled lest Ye ra 13 months after Tito broke with . _92- "&#39. .7-&#39.-. -_ _ .. . fight rorepeaee.&#39. . . onJune 5 95. .-13 ¥R ._.~.... _ » J .. K _ a HY100-256 57 E &#39. l .. June2.4. V &#39.__ -. _. _L .&#39. .&#39.. "ForgeNegro-Labor:JfT...ntiaI Iriforment t the Communist Party._ .Y. ~*&#39.1.&#39. -r . 4&#39.~. ¢w % &#39.@} f-» . "1 " ._. 1950reportedthat PAUL ROBEsp§ spoke at a Unitefor ggggettgaléi gyonsgred bythe Peace Inforgation Center at1-.. »__-::. &#39. - - " . epons and ve notice to the government here.. . ..¢... 1-.!-. _ . offered a resolution to the committee s executive committee here asking that the YugoslavPeace Committeebereadmitted. . " The "Daily Worker" issue of June 12.." 1-"&#39.&#39 .C.Poege. &#39.U¢$@A§. 1 . -&#39.3. "&#39. .. . Peace Information Center.-"1 e. .__w _ &#39..-. 195@@5 "J~@If... In of known 1 _ reliability. y. contains an article Information Center and its reflecting that the Peace -we? 1 officers were indicted on February . 3!. 1 -&#39. -- . 7&#39. M v_.i19SO.~ ¢ z.92___- - . _ ..= :. 92&#39. me __"&#39...r ._»r 5.that we atomic will en er Y n -..-».-._ "Daily Horker ~&#39..- A ~-.t»"r~. 3 ?"15h°¢ R FOP? 0. L ! . .1..4&#39. I Confide&#39.: -~ t Y ~~." . . ._e.&#39..§. W. The"Worker"-iseue ofFetrtery ii.u. V 0n Confident1a1 Informant _i f__ . a v so helpedorganizethe». . .92 -_ .h .. -&#39.~~.".< _ __ . . V giigq E%?. . ii Q. " &#39.. i95§._ _ -*. _ -.. . $or_tai1urqi to register ee agentsot_a foreign principal.= . _ _. Q..&#39._92. i -».._.Q:E%£* w%§kJ &#39.I ._¢_. - _ .L.92_~. .1 &#39." _ -i j... J.. . _ _ A -A &#39.3 . j:.¢. ._ ..=*&#39..~&#39. e " The"Worker" "157 theme.t TheNew York worlTelegram ad Sn" issueof&#39.. -. 72*. éditiooorto -&#39.epage&#39.». ly &#39.. i Moscow. ?» 1951by A FederalgrandJury-inWashington.. .takepart in a Communist._-_1&#39.:J&#39.n. .i< . . -*&#39.-_ .:.» .¢ I A issue of June 10. ewor y. .._ &#39._reported thatonJune 10.. L D &#39... . &#39.-v .~. .A.». ." ~r._ ."r . " " " to ~-. &#39.___ . . net the National LaborCon1ereno§Q?{ T9?NESPO Rights"Q55rganized by theCommunist Party.__-_.The New York edition orthe"Pittsburgh coei-1jo.:v -... -» "1_._.4" -&#39..as e paidlobbyistfor Marshall T1t°&#39. 3 -"...£*~ 2%column l.a vice SIM-N president of th e world Peace Committee.-9 .

4" -é&#39.li Unity " ior of the Peeee and . Council is aCommunist at the l 7" The h advise that the Harlem Trade Union l Party front direct orders of the organization and was organized Communist Party. and joined by the white working class.. . 2 _ -! . i .. knoyn rela 1Y..&#39. . I .&#39. the hundreds of millions who strive ofreedom -r1rn. -I-. A .p .&#39.-I »&#39..hm ~_. . . 1F - Johss"..@~ _f &#39. &#39. V -&#39. it sounds a warning to American bigotry and reaction. -ti? {Q9 »} ! 1&#39.W-5 . rm 1 I &#39. _3-. e -ow »-1 &#39." 1-n -" 3&#39. &#39.~. P A- &#39. inspired in the labor movement.-lrill -D . &#39.--we-_ ._-_.. .-A .A. 92 .L. for the ...fr: _£5 _ .. say that there shell be no more Jim Crow in America._. . 92.. as for us. 1 _1* &#39." ~ .&#39.Y. .__-. demand an end to true leaders geution of the J: e -» ~n 92.5" A.S.by ROBESONat the meeting of the National Labor Negro Rights hel _ih Chicago: ..-e- &#39. -.-~-en .-t &#39. by their the perse- of the &#39.- -.s ...1% .l.the .>_ ._ 2&#39.A . horn will foreign-born.. kindred. &#39. cold war.. even today. U. e .&#39. r - . NY 100 -2585? BUN: E . I have set their eyes &#39.~=<¢i*! § program the Point Four would mean anew imperialist slavery.=-6%? -v . This speech made by BQBESON et-the Rational Labor Conferenoe fl for Negro_Rights ff I I 1 i I1 Iffifteen million Negroes. . then there shall be no more Jim Crow.». "If fifteen million Negroes say.11 V" ..*-" . st &#39.=E_.Pf . s- -o &#39. III. ¢._ -. then en i a_ the persecution _92f__. in every dependent area. . be strong enough to empty the prisons of of America&#39. _. _: pamphlet oonteined Qcnuoeil. war one ._ k following areexcerpts fromthe speech made. . e_ »"._= ¢~}Y_. &#39. thenthere shall be nomore anti-Semitisml -1. end was published by the text Q» the Harlem Trade Union~ " Confidential Informnt &#39.._»-3. J.--~&#39. n 92 of our African brothers and sisters 60 million of our the Heat Indies and Latin America--for whom. ~ .g."And Conference for so.voioe demand an end to the jailing of the leaders of American progressive thought and culture and the leaders of the American working class..__._&#39._ L ~-""An behind these fifteen million are 160 milliig " 92 I &#39.nho1e Negro people and their sincere allies..&#39.4 53" 1 ~51 rs-4 . led by their staunchest sons and daughters of labor. In every subject lend. _ If fifteen million Negroes are for peace. "If fifteen million Negroes in one. &#3 2 .&#39. National Labor course ahead .. --in. ."§% j&#39._&#39.-&#39.2 then their EI voice will victims . foreign.~ o*if .§ 4 <& 1&#39. Negro Rights as this charts the Conference for .~~"-nV-C J. _ A &#39. . 5&#39.A.~ -&#39. _ &#39.then~ e there willhe peaee£l in r._. . For iffifteen million Negroes.1-=4.._ -<_ &#39.w QL -:_-. "*£ . and mean it no moreanti-Semitism. ..

.. @U92~l¬i92 3 *92%9 .§~&#39.c.1. E.... amployers use to poisqn tha min s~uf &#39._. paga 1.:". >0 .un arneatn the patition in pie ura reporteé Fhi1a&elphia¢ The that his signing to k f .f92<-3:1 av %¢§ - . you help$ " 92 _ nur ané if 92 V Your tasks.. :6 _ A_§.&#39.~-&#39. .&#39.. e. no fraternal.&#39.~-NT.~ _92 -. . whatever thecoior u$his skin.&#39.-&#39. cuntaineé apnatagrapnof 5§§" PASL=HGBESBN signing apeaae ¢aption.." .-.F. "rae is the om.$. fur nations which tne warkers in ar ep Regxa §$Q§l&-~ of the working peup1e.£.-man._black be no free tra e un1ons3&#39.. tpa da~ skill.---1._r .1£ you put them to our ~.._:jf. the no constitutianal there whale I - werk ta tna life.W .. -~->.. . "And special challenge.-&#39.&#39.92* .<~_:9292j &#39...23 - . .__. -*:!. equality at at any jab. to Jim ¬rcw"un1uns.-92 .. . ta accept the fact that the Regro warkars have become apart of the vanguar sf thé whole American working class.92&#39.-14&#39. *&#39. _.every aspect of the life at the Regro community. -Y ! .&#39. The Negro tra e nnianists mustinereasingly exer£their influenza 1n.-»-92v - »... ~*2 . ___$d.. -Q 5. Ln they say tn aux atam- Send year 0ppressors.and_yauth... not with guns an tanks and planas to will! we will take them away tram them own usai we will be free in Spit -Qf~Y6 .?&#39.v . ..:= : 1.. . civic 0r social organizatian an our communities must be §erm1tta& ta c0nt1nne"withcut the benafit at the knovieége and exyeriencei which yam have gained through..-.:. present-~ a afA1gbor far right ta receive aqual pay far equal work.. * ._v-__ . fgf 1958. a the hattle for the unbraakabla unity without vniah there can real grosperity tha national supramacy tha white allies.~. tating politicians. - "Gm the shouléers at the Negro tra e unianists tremendous responsibility tn rally the power of tha trade-union movement.%9292 .. ~~.._i-l _&#39. sectiumvl..12> i&#39.= . :". wamen an Qgreat tn the white tra uniunists a Ebu must fight in the ranks your Negro brQthers§_£or their fur tha chiléran. _2&#39. ~3.&#39.a new star that rises i the Ea t~kthey have chosen as the made} far their cunduct the brave peuple and stalwart lea ers sf the new ?eep1e*s Bép bli of China. Emu are_cal1ed termlnaticn.-&#39. colum 3. The Surker . .92 .=. &#39. the tuture of aur tails in this does the Regra paepla in short. qiaserviee.._&#39.» 1.&#39. v.___.»~">to pit than against thei: staunchest -151".§i §&#39..-1 J. -3 1__ ~.:&#39.»92.. an white.. * r 92 .. ..$our struggles labor movement.K.nm- rights nu peace for anybeéx..-... V . to our people. . . Tu fail the Negro people is to fail tha whale American peop1a¢ V ]. . 92 liheratian of Anyone whe &#39.&#39. »&#39...i_ .-.92:.. than are alsar. . fer an an for real fair emplmyment praetieea within well as in all ntnerjphases at the eliminatian at the rot of white 92 -:L. Eg%$ 92. the_organ1zat1@n§l in the I great american upsn to proviée tbs spirit."- *9? .92 ~ . > upon..-. ._ ". if=-&#39.~~~* .. _< V... -@§ §§7 8 "" &#39. the full .-*1 992. » is-. Ru church. . the_firm steel of nnyiel ing mgéigancg the toage-aid strivings of the egra people fer equality &&#39.1..="_* .~&#39. unions as white and black. ~ - 92 . §c~aeeap§ Negro leadership ~~&#39 af men and women. .> L &#39. Earlem editiof issue sf $ne 15. Z __.92.

-n. _.4 a speaker at the meeting.I-- place last week./ &#39. 92 m&#3 ? meme-er oi the tw -I 92 s . .&#39.L4.r~. 4 furnished a copy _ c Civil Rights Congress meeting.~ . that the efforts to fen the cold war into a flaming inferno or vorldewide destructio are doomed to rai1uro. Paris.. 153.92 ._ f. American . < __. was a fcllomeup on smaller _. "Every meansof communication. beginning with the President himself has been telling us these last two days that the future welfare of the American people is somehow tied to the fate of a corrupt clique of politicians C -FFTQ -wees» ~ reen south of the 36th parallel in Korea-- . ~i Q :~ 92--_-92?.»-_ _ aw I hL 1 1 NY 100-25857» .-.§. Confidential Informant-poi known reliability.- k._ "But we have come together to say that the American people wii1.- "For culmination .~v-»_&#39. . intervention of a wicked and shameful policy n: . thet &#39. e. of s world-wide Communist~ | " A" PAeUL ROBEb c hat sponsored a meeting on June 28: - eale d She erticle &#39. .. 1 . columnM.. _ __.#_ * QC *2 _. " _.?Toay shove all .. Korea is one p" - &#39. Rights Congress at Madison Square Garden."i_ &#39.! &#39.» .&#39. &#39.--. reflected . p x m We .--<1 . -... . every organ of prestige. PAUL BOBESGH hen been _ IV .~ ._| i li 1/ 1 I.it meanshands off Korea. It was_further eported that this was among the first public acts of BOBESONon his return from London i where he had attended an Executive Committee meeting or the or &#39."_ l Confidential Informant- re Communist Informant saidhelearned fro that PAUL RGBESGEwas a leaning |!cmmun!s! Party. page 3.. .15 &#39. _- |... . reported that the civil . "._ .. ._-. Poland. "WorldPeaceCongress-_ . w1 -. .j The "Daily Worker" issue of June 30.. __ ...not be stampeded. . : cf : 92l-_ peace propagenda campaign._.14 . France.1 .. _ e vised that in his opinion the world Peace ongress hel in &#39.1 _. e known reliabil s¢e§f"7 C and New York. . . in > ...p. and that these Congresses were part . .__.> T which our government tun an »P=§}.__ is . New York City. 1 -. Confidential Informant?~ made by ROBESONat the a ove In his speech ROBEBONcharged that. .r 4..-m92.*"e-- _-_ _ __ V .&#39.. finli Congresses held in wrccraw.7l=§ .. April 20-25.. l9k9. .. inspired x . New York. . 1950.

_ --___. M 92v! . M 3 .v- tna war in Korea was cause wall by Street and that all Streetk.g! . I f¢r&#39. <. _. nad been aspeaker at the rally" and tnat in .» ~.. interventmnn 1n. ___»+ . x.5 L .195© and entitled.. _ before an -. ..* Givil Rights @=~§e=~w< * "*.. _. 92 has rutnlessly Unfit! BB8 -&#39.92§ _ .~""&#39.¢ ~ pursued w1tn raspect 0.?j planneé ta grab tna rasaureés at &#39.92..* EGBESDN was the main Accnvding ts the informant. Kev York 1ty.can* . . Bignta an Peaee. 1$S0./&#39.&#39.&#39. Ii92 __ q 1 _ V . V J &#39. _ i E- !. ." ~ -&#39. V mere in New Yark&#39._.? ? ROBESQN aharge tnat r._ . Qhairman of the Council an African Affairs. . u . ..I Ghicaga gnetto an rignj IV advissd that astreez rally at Infarmant said streetrallyp within tna by purv1ew_of_Execut1vu < C<§n1 i . m Qtlanfidfential. . Ehe ew all Yark edition small nations» the f ..1$5D répartad tnat t§aGivil Eights Cnngresa 92 sponsered arally at Madisen quare Garden on June 36.- .--"&#39.&#39.... £1ss1ss1p§1.. speaker at the _k. . 5 place far tne Negra people ta fight at nnme»~1n Sasrgia. .» __»_ . "Unless amer.E§onsared arally an June 2§ at Madiaenjaqnara _ aréen an that Paul Robeson. éém Korean Interventiun 5% Rallyof 1§.! and Lena: Avenug. ITha ad the coicnial péopleé &#39. V=92 rm! w ... . "Pittsburgh Courier issue atJuly 5. tneyéttergey General ." _ i > ..i .antialJnalInfoima em ac Von af tna Cummun1st+Party l étn Street that PAEL that the rr@e om 1s nere T&3as»~in tn@ Qangress nas been.3 _-._ :92. .Y m» ..man acopy ef anews re ease from th§ Council on African nlsned gffairs date June 29&#39. - =. KM? £?i . . .2." ..00Gat NewYbrk for civil >. Afriea will be next in line.Rohesan Denouneea. my 1cm-25u57 92.-Q W1: ...Karea and the rest at Aaxa is steppe .In w 3 v. .~..-. The article reflected tnat PAUL ROBESDRwas one sf tne speakers at the rally and that in his speech EOBE$0E stated.éeclarad as cnming the Ear say it-again for neir Alabama an at ~ .-&#39.~- have said &#39.1:" .s Stuyvesant Town.P .&#39..3 Tne atatamen reparted tnat_the Civil RightsQangress nad. _¢.!&#39.

8 travel&#39. _i.. ...-&#39._.---qniu _. "Rule Robeson the State Department had ROBESQH&#39. .. &#39 I?! .--1 -< &#39. and the continue same double-crossers are noticedinKorea. New York 1 .. _ euro.I.E-. : -&#39. "I PAUL ROBESON is the "1 reliabili 3.= money and A: &#39. . ":". V Amsterdam Hews reported that U by the ROBESON said. . .- Chairman of F shoot 1&#39._. held on _i -The page 2. gs-we-mug-v-_ -q +. PAUL asked to the wor1d. . id 15 arr 100-25:15? . aborad "in theinterest of the.1 of known 1 en? 1. kf92f Ony Coni&#39. V_. Nicholas Avenue."l -" . 7% .s passport to prevent his leaving reported that the State Department stamped Passport NG .3-*» &#39. -_.. 1 the Council . ~. cggsideg ROBESON&#39.African issue of On January 2.*_n £1t8d s£=£.&#39..t II. cance11ed" the country.1951 confidential Informant-.. __ _ advised that African Affairs..11: e_¢4 ii :- New York "Daily News" issue of 1950 contained The article an. ~. to speak.q = the North and the South.. not _. :1 ti! &#39. and it is up to us want no war.UnitedS QY &#39.n%r not easy September which had been sponsored by the Harlem Trade Uhion&#39.surrener itat the_request was reportedly of._.i . . p _. the unity our rights we _p &#39. . This the State Department does actih&#39.t down their brothers inother -. "capitalistic -. _ and others afraid that we will finally obtain million ncgroes inthe defense of American citizens. ._. i parts of Y at apress about being conference Affairs.x_ .-.4- . . _: ... but . E.the htate taken because Department._ i 519:0 L1. ~c<~ .1_ ". -_:_I r-. ._1ike those double-crossers we had in the south of power are always ready the United to enslave states: Men his brothers.S Civil war between &#39._ ._w1th that of Korea: :»*e # He" &#39.~ 1~-..1.2 4-V | ."_ &#39.ertic1e entitled. &#39. ROBESON&#39. V I" .A" P on -. . reported that August h.6i _&#39.. .Councile According to the informant._ 2:1=Aw .&#39. a7 . .._. It was. "_ -"&#39. :$§..~ they are of fifteen negroes to tell Truman peace. Q ... and raising as ". . _ -. 1950.- -The a* u§ju &#39. - 9..-"They do not like _ for me and his gang that &#39.l . September column 1.e be free _ Council on.s passport record "nulland void" i weekago afterhe had refused to». .-.ident1a1 Informant a vse he attended astreet meeting on that date at 116th Street and St. -Yes wishes to wars.} hate noBusiness £5 interfere there.} 1 . F egroes are §@%!i.-"i .9 -.*3 2" . U.--¢". New York City. "There The fight in Korea and those is no is between who trys difference between this two free people who to enslave them. .. &#39. a&#39.~_1 ...i P-of _ |.C. PAUL ROBESONhad been aspeaker-at the rally ad inhis speech ROBESON charged.p &#39. 1uni..f_ __ -_ _ > s&#39.92 . . . who for .. 1| _. &#39. p Imperialism is Then he trying to impose on free people made acomparison between the in Korea".

i ~ &#39.e The African Affairs of Paul the invalidation Robeson.if 112. WITT.I""&#39.¢. NY 100-2565?@@.qs. r4 ___> _ . V. . :-3.» _:...r.. ~. counselto t§1§> Paul Robeson.-n African Affairs of Council on the passport anews release H.--."a -. -. House Un-American for the The "Daily 1959 LEE PRESSMAH worker" issue also in sake of the testified Activities Committee an article in police state&#39.<-tn! Ki -. contained denounce the not only citizen but that he Party in of October entitled.5 _.. we throughout the world will banning or-raul Robeson from travelling abroad defense of his personal rights as an American defense of the universal democratic rights .1 &#39.-.. because they know how many more millions of negroes are in Africa. _ -1._l.92ié.. . Robeson : & . ACHESGN _ __ furnished a"statement charged that fighters for |&#39. column R." of ROBE50N&#39.. _-i . h.s efforts to demand of Negro Americans for their full rights are confident that American Negroes and all as human rights of the _.furnishedacopyOn Confidentiel informant C o a satementby Nathan Witt. was sent to it - informant also from tne .E vr .&#39._ __ _ .7 ~P =1-~~ 92 _.1 i h_ 92_ _ 3 w_&#39. -_ --1 .v} _-3 i l e 92 s54. 1950.1 .:§. concerning the invalidation of hr.: E&#39.s »- -- ->- They are afraid of us. 1&#39...-1?..f&#39.-_ vv . D¢C» M. nsd addressed aletter to Secretary AuhESOh asking for an explanation. we will be so tired of being abused.Z&#39. O "No. V .- Council on news release concerning the The Council .?&#39.. _-! -.rue: w :_. ..". f-_ Hr . South America and other parts of the world.-..0&#39. ._ no war. &#39. passport. ....3 _"&#39.. %&#39. . n .@ -.~. _ pg. -1 . ~ -. They are afraid that some day.. - . V... The """"""-"&#39.I__. _ AR would be s - - &#39. .-1.>1" "I.¢ IML _ es.1 -Y ::"&#39. The statement reflected that the letter was not enswered and aconferences that .1_. that we will raise against those who abuses us. we negroes want and Human Rignts@".-w.&#39. -*.. J . ...~ _.&#39..tyranny.51. Urges page A . s_ .~&#39.3-&#39....._.*. =.&#39._L 92. we want Peace &#39. eJr H41 ... who force so they can continue exploiting people by enrichment of try to enslave them for the lmperialistic Capitalism. "Robeson and - 193% and M.-v. &#39.g92a . .-~a -2". 1é 1-. _. _ __ _ .-&#39.-1: Z - statement charged the state Department neglected to inform ROBESON why it cancelled his passport and that he.» r r "They are the war mongers.... ewire eOn before the freedom of or ali art and people against August 28. .5 &#39._. NATHAN WITThad been members of the Communist in w $h1I1gt0n.._92. 92-o Mr. .»" -" &#39.. acopy dated August to the invalidation of asking for A silence the citisens.. l950..s passport "is another blatant example Administration&#39._ Jo 4* I /&#39._&#39. --_." &#39. &#39. .

.~..nt- ._..-~ -rw » 6?.vi. _ .1 renombgr when - and Soviet .>&#39.F_..» so . ...1.&#39. i? &#39.&#39.4 4. have . &#39..- ace many thousands 7 or Jerteraon that School. .__ .Y92 &#39. 7 7 =-._. If I._. |.77:§.-Ii V IJ>&#39.1.-"_&#39. . ?. .. ggarpli ooded more to know theanswers to thegreatsocial.?". .f_. 3-. 7- ~ .-T:._ -39yig1. ..L. .. 1 1? -&#39..w.7 V :3"-» ". .w. ..m» 7=U_ .-.fIJ"" _&#39.-: -. &#39. or -~p -» an &#39 -= *&#39 34 1.=-7-7 -lagnifioont -. which was held on that date at the Hotel Capitol. oxproaaad -... . .. rm __.from people who were brought hero in 51 from ooontrion of tree-don..7 7+ . < .¢e &#39.. 92 -- . . I *0 | I &#39._3 &#39.&#39. 7 7 nor . _ . =7~o-7A7-77~7~.>*:I &#39.81q»921[io*4oaoent_Jucrthey have confused theIegro peop1o_.&#39. the hope that the remaining ten days of the tall ._:3£_§. I in going hack to Bulgaria. --1 1 -V Q .:.7.1.:_. "Among my many activitipa always "5 J The during my association Jefferson School of Attorney General ?. t ll. ._..&#39.:e*sZ?._ *7... Register at JeffSchool.__~ _-.-7 -.-{oh iv" .-_ Kg? Qt? _ &#39. J: .M." for in : cherished institution " -&#39. 7 f. .7"~Y -"H. 0U . . _.1.~ =-no . &#39. 71¢". *>"I&#39. -""1 &#39. &#39.~5 fl . The article by the officials as saying. l" llI§mRHF V....EIid the other emcratio . W -~. _.___&#39.. -&#39.-.___ r1.-_&#39.&#39.._._. he articlereported that stated._..i_" _" _."atho State Depart ent to get mypassport back.--:.~&#39.>"=¢p1¢... .<.@ 1-5 J American SlatCongress hasbeen C !_.-. __ Social as eouiing _ within course. -m1 _ ""-~7 Nr. 1.I"B9l10I_.-x -x . .. The article thin poriod o rapid 7i sooial &#3 .____._z-. 77.. " .. I A-W 77. -~-I have gone "to the Statobepartment Iith my lawyer ind -77¢.7=~&#39._&#39.::.7 .4 registration period will It tho. .... .. .rn your countrienl until yew got your __ . -7 .identia1 Informa. P~c__>_land_ and. 7L_A __ #9 -_~-&#39. 7- &#39."_I!S ...7 .-">deo1l1*Qd by the also reported the enrolling 7 the past for Iith Science the thil has been purview -. .r>ii..0nFCon. §ovo1-nment againat civil liberties andagainat _ _ .. Informant atntod 7 speaker at the banquet. . L .ie matj _l. 1: v 7&#39.=. lei York City.&#39. otoo<1.. 5. "4.oaterda1r .. In his speechnonsson stated. 3? ..:_:1 777. - 77 issued jyiqmtod Iroars.1 _ .*~. . ~. the1". .M .-.:._____..t1. statement ROBESOI was highly . . There never was a tilo nhen the nausea of oar. _ .--~. Jefferson School..gu_nationa of our ago than during ohlnge.§mouti§e Grdor9835.._&#39.h--I y I -&#39.. "&#39. Q X ~" .x. Tl"<~&#39. &#39.&#39._ 3- --j = >_ 1 . 7. &#39.1 *7 PAUL ROBESOH was a_ _ ."7.1 . &#39.&#39..3. :. " &#39. .nnnrnn&#39.&#39.17 &#39. -rowraith the pg an-n Ifilii.&#39.7 .._. ri?» *1".¥..4:&#39.. . . .~1&#39. 7 -~ &#39. .ln . . &#39. q - }_f _&#39. advised he attended a anquet for the American Slaw Congress Qonferonco tor reaoo._ --> _..<&#39.7 &#39. " l H&#39.lf§7&#39. &#39. Here they try chains but you can to confuse people of _... further reported that aosnscm"..___V&#39._.*. :4.34!.- H1138-iE..._m_»<.

for the kind of America of §h1eh.. A eaneer .".. worker" issue page 3. huilding free mm leadership af and fighting ék J _ 92 g-.: ZL * had been aspeaker at_the rally. for colanial liberatiunv for the repeal of the y Hc arran munstresity.naw on. Socialiét quarter § er the world.~ &#39..? 3&#39.__.. Harlem -:&#39.-. 1-... .-aontinuing his African éffairs.$ 1J _an0n :{ identi8. Maren 29.&#39. Q> _ *&#39.>Y4<".s k§7s BGBESUn&#39."&#39.~»- * 7 " .<4 &#39."~&#39.&#39.the warkingmasses.." given by PAUL EGBESOK at the Auduban Ballraam lééth Straetv BGBESQN weresaid at .tne future deyen s an uur_ unity ~~ we will cantinua taraisa our voices tegatherfor yeaaa.=prafess A sis and &#39. &#39. .&#39..._ »~ =_ K -"v The Baily acanference Turk Sity. column 3. £he?f0re1gn born prqgressives."!? .. QThe __ acopy nf a&#39..4. _>92 ~ = u.: vL .._"l . Labar Party» &#39.&#39.~ _: . &#39.:"".was of American Labor VQ an in his sgeeen RDBESGN sai we the anti. for full equaliky forthe Negro gecple. Informant stataé picturesat ¢~ thy rally tn . {he Negrn people A .-*4 rai e funds " " .4--M Eallroum._ .l $2.¬. Infnrmant stated the rally was electicn campaign rally and taat PAEL RQBESDN¥s§oke at this = mest1ng. . 21 at 1~3 west 125th $treat.92:&#39. training and _._e_ &#39. the for T -_ _M.- 3 a k l 92- # I . -" sonsore attsnd aVn e r*lean bar *La 3§artp &#39." P __ ~ N 1 <1 !"&#39..go1ng ta be an nrganizer frum. reported that hel ~&#39.~ . . V. ~&#39.1..__ ""1 r-. _q the Harlem Trade Uninn Council was mappeé Hegrmes in .. avg Square Garden an tha date. l9§ .our forefathers which they fought and d1ad. Sn gave Ccmf asong 1dential I. battle for jab v abave article reflectad that He saianis rail majar effcrt Trade Enion Council an PQBL EQBE§G§- wauld ha "helping the Council. Informant ? an Broaéwayq Rev York city.:. .~._ ma 1oo~2ss5? * <__&#39. P &#39._&#39. &#39.~ &#39. the brave Jewish peap1e.Informant ~ Party Candidates furnished Ameriean Lab Party rblah &#39.A b .release issueé by an the was the taxt ofR EE$nH&#39.< .nfox*mant recital an Qetober Va § ~12 .| .!*&#39. Tha merican Labur Farty has been.cited as a Sommunist fr@nt_by the Hausa Committaa an ~&mérican éetivitiea. @¢¬% VOnattenda 9anjanfidential Infarmant i met can Lamar Party meeting at Maéisnn . # for friendship with the Baviet Unimn an tn.-. §a vise."¢:. HawM an immediate all in ustries. peace.tnld the peaple at the canferenue "I m. :Q192? mm-aahnu--&#39. .. . aévise he .. =~-~ -.92 x ~ ~._&#39. dreamed an for - re: the American -. an Qctober at which jobs far of Qctaber 23. KL . advised that-PAUL the Au ubon "- V . small businessmen who know that&#39.1: 1. RDBE$ON&#39. _ .» ..5 in bahalf speeeh.&#39.&#39.~.¢. -r =_. V __ .. as ae &#39.¢&#39.l.*$92.»~. ..- Fascist farcesof America. l9%h¢ v~_h _ &#39. .. ¬1 $Z.. 92 _--929292 »&#39." -&#39.

...H - 100-25857 i- I I ... The New York Tennts Council was described by ConfidentialpIni ormant. was sentenced by a court martial on september 6. . including tne negro people. _. 9 i. condemned to death by Jim Crow officer courtmartialin Korea.__. ¢ - .4. .t 1&#39._ &#39. England.- 92 1 a I . ._ §"&#39. 4.. .:.. ._1. 1950. .&#39.~.&#39. _ "_ ?e j . .. _ --_-4 .~. _ROBESON seic.&#39. column 5. V7- 3-I TheDailyworker" issue of November 3. _">-.t t page M.e. contained a reprint NewYorkCiiil Rights CongresswhereinPAULROBESON waslisted kpf as a National of known Vice-Chairman reliabil p_ of the Civil Rights onl Congress. " . to the informant. é _.K -.~ . &#39.-~n was eponeoreo hr the Civil Union Council _ _ "&#39.- council.= F r_ &#39. 1! - ie eeei eignsm =..__"92 W__._&#39.e 1 _K &#39. A . - Rights Congres5. l9S0. . 1950 to death for failure to carry out an order. __ > PAUL ROBESONand Representative VITO MARCANTONIO "appealed to an audience of 1.@g ._on November 1O.- ..on October1l. V. . According speaker at the reception. . 1. __ 5.- <-..9 &#39. <"&#39._ . . &#39._ _._. . j A . -t_ . 1950.~.- f -1- FI» .1&#39. *- " Lieutenant LEON 1. The reception was at the Hotel Riversi $ Plaza. a . reported that On October 26 _ .~.r NY .. 4 p . : . _ _&#39. ~5 .1 .1 -" .:_. . - it .&#39.fF ~ I 0.1 &#39. Tne article A .. 7_ .&#39. ere ewakenins and are read! to struggle for peace.-. Thearticle reflectedthat themeeting ~. . column 3.. He spoke of tne great world movement for peace and of tne struggle for peace by_the Soviet Union and the Socialist democracies of the Eastern European bloc and of tne struggle of tne colonial people all over tne globe.~. &#39. £7 of a letter from the page 5. .. .&#39. ". GILBERT. to tne worl Sheffield. "1 &#39. 3?-. and 126th Street young-Negro in or Lieutenant LEON behalf 1.~1 *92-}.4!» i _.&#39.. .-- I--cs. &#39.~".&#39.i. a Negro officer efethe 25th Infantry Regiment in Korea.x. ._ . of Leno: . _p .V. Jr.. theproceeos of t is recital went toithe AmericanLebor Barty and its elect1on_ e campaign.tne and the Tenants It ~ ..Lieutenent sentenced for refusing to advance with his - A Tne "Daily worker issue of October 31..- &#39. PAUL ROBESONwas Q ROBESON told the meeting that the - people.= L _._. Mr -71:.9 -. newYorkCity. 1&#39. This act took place on July 31.&#39. _. K Informant i farewell reception d to tne delegates to be held in ." .*. -.. .. = &#39.=. -1 . " =. "Their marchtowardspeace cannot and will not be stopped by all tne money of wall Street.%_ Q.. §-_. -&#39. 92.. ...000 at the corner Avenue GILBERT. i Accordinc to theinformant._ _ _ . J.-. "Harlem Hears Robeson.I . 3_ 7&#39 GILBERT was reportecly command in violation of Article of Her 75..&#39. is to be noted that &#39. . contained an article entitled.--mun-..~. Marcantonio on Gilbert Case. i LUNX . "_ .__ . T ! arlen Trade p ».7_ . . . 92___._ 1950as beinga Communistcontrolled organization.-&#39..

.."~_The article reported that the meeting would commemorate the 33rd anniversary of the founding of thefirst Socialist state and 17 years of American diplomatic relations with Friendship within it..! .__ .| W7-.. &#39.&#39. J -.eief 1.l$I&#39. 1950. L . They have chosen as their models or conduct and aspiration the brave people and stalwart leaders of the USSR." 1 . .l&#39. . »&#39. The National has been declared Council of by the Attorney "Amsterdam ~ American-Soviet General the purview of Executive order 9835.1" "l""&#39.. - 16 at Riverside ~&#39. tF 1 "? BOBESONfurther stated.-.-_ _. colu 2.&#39._92 _ . 5 f" "Th T1 . was the National Council of American-$oviet Friendship November 16 at the Riverside Plaza Hotel.. Thecaptionunderthe picture reflected that they .f :&#39.&#39. 7 -»_ --v and all over the -_ world but we are ready to die in the struggle _ 4 The_"Daily Worker" issue of November14. "Soviet sponsored by and was held reported that "the theme of the meetingeommemorating the 33re anniversary or. .1 . D-C. -_ " _ _--_-_ A j"-~ __-5: 1 &#39._ .. . - &#39.-*-_ "£7. page 4. .the Russian Revolution » the speakers elared that was peace based The article at the meeting "hundreds cooperation.. column 3.. . 7 Amity Rally Backs World Peace Congress.a.. page 4._92 ~. column 3.&#39. _= for peace and human dignity. contained a photograph of PAUL ROBESONshaking hands with J»- "Soviet Foreign Gomissar met at the annual celebration of the "Great October Revolution ._2 _ »&#39. reported that PAUL ROBESONwould be among the featured speakers at the Amer1can Scviet Sriendship rally November Plaza." F|1 7&#39. to die in the big money interest in Korea. -.6 &#39.! .< ~ I ~. . .5--§ _. m. People&#39. =_.s The "Baily worker" issue ct ~ hovember*20. Embassy in Washington..&#39.._... - on American-Soviet reported that PAULROBESON was one of and that of millions in his have set speech ROBESONde~ their eyes on new - stars rising in the east...s china.-92-_.-a ». > _&#39.._-I .=l-..? ~ .v. in China. l. . . in Africa T.92. North Korean Republic and the People&#39. _" Aqggqii &#39. ._ of November 18."4" -_~i L &#39..1 The New York on .s Denooraeies or Eastern Europe.. -. 1950." -2 .&#39.: 1.f. _~.g-:_ i? ¬*"3$ P.1 E in the Soviet &#39. &#39.l aweeeei aee rr This article reported the rally The artiele further &#39. News" issue _ " as coming . contained an article entitled. . { §-is M. We Negroes refuse &#39.-i Peae 12..4 . J giahinsky. 92.<_{1 .-~.14I<. 5-_-if:-..

.s Republic --- - - 92. 7&#39. ..» -. People&#39. &#39. B.i. Urged support&#39.. n BI pl90f9555?&#39.. x _ American-Soviet tne that National it Council_of could carry Friendship.. column_l. 1*». contained an article entitled. ..s Peace * . Informant stated tnat PAUL HOBESONwas one of tne speakers at tne meeting and tnat ROBESON asked toe people to for snip in order 7 92 -&#39.. _ &#39.S. &#39.?r ":#~" &#39. I. reported that JOSEPHSTABOBINwas expecting&#39.._ .s-= 1. --IWVThe"heilyWorkerof Jannarj 11. .!... _. J ._.e&#39. &#39. L _..:19§C..-.for tne second world reace Congress now meeting in Warsaw.. _1 . "1..- ¬ 92 -~. Warsaw Parley Makes world Plea for reece". 5:4: .* Demandedrepeal or toe ncCarran p il I»" } §§!i§advise i 92. &#39. gm l_ &#39. " _. I. Y . Y . page2."2. ~ 1&#39._92 -1 Amer1can- fr. 1駥 confidential informant d l ational lo at Gonncil tne of- Riverside HO l&#39.<»--d ii. 92 .8 .a post as Party U. r -4.~~. &#39. P !.A.§@1 _.. page 1.c.e.-0-Inn-nwq i hi-Q ~ 92 K .-Bl- Plaza &#39.H if..92 1: ._. _§ --- Friend- work for peace and~ >? . - . 92._* . p Government or e four-power conference to resolve outstanding problems peacefuliy. Tne "Daily worker" issue of November 2%.11.92t 1 <-.* Q. .5 aw. . . Amer1can~Soviet on its _.. _. Condemned the unjust imperialism against tne3w-Korean people..§r ._I . Urged acceptance by tne U. &#39..__. &#39.__ 1 -T~ _&#39. - to tne United V &#39. in ._~__..1 &#39.r .¢»::e. 5 state law.. 1.. !-3:3 .&#39.. 1950. ~Z. and would be Secretary of the Party&#39.. .U J_ M &#39.1:-1 4 W »-@-L-.. - "* * .-a - Pk._.. -? ..On Confidential Informant .t 92 ..S.of the or cnina _ &#39. . -4 " member of the Public Affairs Department of tne Communist column 1. In this article it was reported tnat a number of Americans were named tnat to tne new world of HAUL ROBESOHa Peace Council and among tnese names was ~ . ~_. -. 1 _. &#39.l"&#39.-_VQ 92v- &#39.-. written by JOSEroKSTABOBIN.. Nations. -. Called for immediate admiss1on.. >. 1. I &#39. ..e~".- - .. 92 1. war of U. r ..-&#39. r&#39. _- . _ 92&#39. Ii -1 &#39.-V: -&#39.&#39.. . -= 1 n_ "5.ieMa_mggggr a visee toe JQSEPESTABQBIR or knoun relieoili-y.-_r&#39.-.m1YV I donate funds &#39.i. &#39. §_&#39. "3... x_ i.

J* ?* &#39.contained an article entitled. . &#39..--... -X ."... " . the organization to which my son and daughter belonga? 1_j ~&#39. -. is >r~ImA4~/A-ll . Golden Gate Ballroom.... F. from &#39. -&#39.-e. if .. A were honored in the Arts Section of the prizes.o-25o5?_ I. m¥# Qé §§ i_." defeated by - The Labor "peace can the united Youth League will or _i be won the young ~ has-been declared by the Attgrney General as coming within the purview ofExecutive Order ui._. .i1 .r.Congress. .. page 2.___..__ The "Daily <- his Dove g" worker" issue Peace of November 2? 1950.e_lm. Both a.-Z _..!. Robeson for emblem.~ . 2 reported that PAUl FOBESON on.../I 5 -The ¥ "Daily worker issue of December 13 1950. of all foreign troops 3 ..Vit M K-X: »_-_92: .w.-.1. 1.. Republic in was in the UN. - page 5.-1.&#39. that and fascism can be people.1 _.* &#39. Poland. The? will share in the peaceprize of or -.m q /I . was held the peace the following -. discussed et outlined at Eiin 1 York City.&#39._ __ 9ill the Chinese . _. &#39..ri.. " " -~x -... -J_ . r-." Th article reflected that on December 11 a meeting was hQ1d at the L &#39. .i. column 3..__.__. 7_ ._ t . New York city._.-__ --... -immediate-nithdrawaliof armed forces around Taiwan. D...v ._ 1 _ .. ._&#39. w K _ g" _ I . Ig .._&#39.e.. ._.reported that PAUL ROBESON was oneoi the speakers at _. e 92 .17. "#. is - . Immediate seating of foreign troops from indo-China...55O Jam Golden Gate toHear Report of world Peeee&#39.300. New delegates to the Second wersaw.. ..-1 . 7. . December 19 ill rm...column 1.. ROBESON further stated. the Labor Youth League Convention which was held " at St." _ F his freedom songs and Picasso for . People : The above article also reported that PAUL ROBESO attendance page l column 92 r . em proud to he with you. . _ Korea.-éiii/i_§~3§!" ... in points points were e~<.I_. LD V »&#39. e ng ._--. &#39. 3.! -3 -"92 Immediate removal _" . Nicholas Arena..3 *3. _r.~e $l#.ii_._.____ "Si. . fa 4: _~ qr-&#39.&#39. at this meeting and sang several songse the "Daily worker" issue of December 20.-:_ Hr 1o&#39.. .&#39.oe. Immediate withdrawal of "M.. __.- awarded bythe Congress.. _. .. to honor the world Peace The delegates the uersew this meeting: 63 American Congress which reported on congress end .- "3. In his speech RGBESGEsai I .. .. -92&#39. on November 24...M____. _.i__. . 1950.-._o.. "2.-.... __.»&#39....-|i_ -".».=.

f. iile suit against Secretary eancellatian as his p&$S§OTt¢ ._.%.: p .-.» alsu. -* :~ ~ &#39. : &#39.4. 0 -" " Tribuna issue Robeson sues. _92 raceive splaque Peace Gongress fram Paris i It was repnrted that&#39.. "" "»:"." &#39. the plaque 61¢ nnt arriva but ROBESQNwill "snare P1cass0. .~. as uccnrred 7? ..1 wnul - reflecteé tnat gone abroa _to has spoken ..: 1 3."4- Ynrk Herald 125$ reported Ban._. 1 Néw Yorkworld Telegraman Sun? 1ssna_ 21.1 .F. -4 . HY 1@@~2§@¥v.f@r himself mat uni. :"&#39. 1:§ : &#39. QQ* Qé &#39.* 1? Tbs Raw December 20. L.s artist sdicated to tna struggle for peace. .. wThe cf De ember "Q branae peace¢ rioting such last summar. wk.. -" &#39. IV" &#39.I qnncart taut.h1m as ns ans nitian thrdugnnut papers file fer R s &#39.r fy . .G3 " :».%. __.Paint Palace.gr0undS it in Peekskill might cause >1 ? =". w ..$chesan $1%. the natal "0n. _-&#39. ./&#39.5..3Q with tn painter Pablo 1-g .-as e e of desari ad respect an the great living reaega Americana butalso as one ¢§tns wurld s lea ing persQnalit1es.~".} i."{f. Italy. _ ~14 . _ f_ "on several The article repnrte a&#39.rep@rted that Frane§. gr ¢&#39.-.. The article reflecte against Secretary of tate prevent eancellatinn of his 5.Hev York. 1955 escr1bad_the abuve plaque daslgnad by Pabln missing plaque Pieaaseg faatnring as Using adnva * at _ Thearticle repo§te that in aeknowle ging tne awaré RGBEBGE termed himself "tha pawpla&#39.: "§.1 .Labor Party spnnsared..~ _ -17¢1. Czechoslovakia The . ~~ . . owgver._.1 + .. r U..-.meeting mad been originally scheéule far the Cancnurse Flaaa_HOtel but ha beanA cancelled by &#39. . w"e V * - . k &#39. . .Q :¢3&#39. ¬-.g 3.a "peace award fastivitiea for PAUL RDBESQN an December 26 at Hunts. W of State DEAN ACHE$0E to-prevent The article reflected tnat P in Fe eral has éeserve§ly the wnrl District Quart wQn.--v&#39.<. aEuropean take him ta England. ~92 1 singing and he mas whicn he lecturing which atten Communist»front against the Uniteé Etates.- Scandinavia and article further previmus nceasions ..». 195$ repnrted that tbs American.W 1 R. Bronx.33." . i i . V . .- ROBESQH was i Tne Haw Yark_ Qai1y Kaw issus sf aembar 21.- ."I . _l >92w92r -k 4~¢929292 »~@@ww .» -wJi:u1.1-N" : 92s *- } _§ f &#39.- : -* r . tear ior rallies at . _Pin .. I-- ~- -.ROBES$N was supposed uhien nad_been awarded him by the Seeun warld in Warsaw.~ The article planning sf Over Fassport that PAUL RQBESQN file suit DEAR &CHESBNtoay in an effort ta §asspcrt Hnicn he said he nee aé fpr aEuropean1. 92&#39.é.... I &#39.~:: &#39. 853 ontnsrn Baulevar ..&#39.

-&#39.¢ .3i»§|-._-ii + l 1- I 0 &#39. f "2 &#39.:1". . .- _ . -&#39."editorial k§?I3 ./* . known as Freedom Associates. >.tne&#39._.a _n .r!&#39.Z_. .192§~ % -. Associates.-. 4&#39. I " "1?. x u¢.. RY" . s comJ " posed of CommunistParty members.._&#39.. »" D 5n...the .~. put out by Freedom &#39.Vf92 ..v ~. . . AJ A . -. - 92 . wt_%9.i~J -~ V.-~.. &#39.-|-gt _ .»§Ls XALV tb On January 10._ _. _1 . er-~ ~ &#39.__."C1eve1 -015 issue of December 11." . . V5 _.Q12§§§&#39. &#39.-&#39.éT2 en. 1950 reported tnet "Paul Robeson.o: w. 5&#39. Informant New York City. 0 s _ -r &#39..._ - ._ w. W. ...1951-Confidential known reliability. board of tne Negro publication !Freedom&#39.1-4 _ f. " -92 I -u fr.&#39._ .. nas been in Cleveland with an organization reported that tne nearly &#39._ -.EHDIHG._ members of Connnunist Partyfrontorganizations. -_.&#39. . 3 as r X2._ . 1&#39.V * _ . files revealed tnat "one of the WQ reasons for Hobeson&#39. 92 e. = J xx&#39. ._. 1 I _- _ - i 4» . _..&#39. V" _v 92__ &#39.4 a week in .3&#39.advised that&#39.Communistsympetnizers and . ih I . -ex-. . - _ &#39.__= . .2 -is -&#39. _ 4 L ! -P&#39. 4 _. :&#39. ./_ e .3 west 125th Street.s presence was to start distribution or amontnly publication called Freedom . Aocording to Confidential Informantp &#39. .:_.-A . I : :&#39. V v.&#39. " &#39. __. < . 92 M.. ~ . ij":. - -13- V G |is . - I . left wing concert connection The article singer. &#39.* _ 92 _ _ . &#39.

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