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Three Law School Forum speakers will tackle the problem of American race relations tonight at 7:45 o'clock in Rindge Tech Auditorium. They are Walter White (above), executive secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of colored People, Senator Dennis Chavez (D., N.M.), and Leon M. Birkhead, director of the Friends of Democracy, Inc.
Born and raised in the South, White is expected to base his views on studies of race riots and lynchings of southern Negroes.
Chavez, a New Deal Democrat, will throw light on the problems of the Mexican-Spanish-Indian population of the Southwest.
Birkhead's group was founded in 1937 to fight totalitarian groups, both of the right and left, in the United States.
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