Channing Heggie Tobias
Channing Heggie Tobias (February 1, 1882 in Augusta, Georgia – November 5, 1961 in Manhattan, NY) was a civil rights activist and Spingarn Medalist. In 1946 he was appointed to the President's Committee on Civil Rights.
He received his BA from Paine College in 1902 and went on to Drew Seminary. From 1911 to 1946 he was active in the YMCA and race-related issues involving it. In addition he was on the Board of Trustees of the NAACP and later became its chairman
- Autobiographical essay in Finkelstein, L. (ed.) Thirteen Americans: Their Spiritual Autobiographies, Institute for Religious and Social Science, 1953, pp. 177-200
- An Inventory of his papers from the University of Minnesota
- Famous Alphas Archived September 28, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
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