James H. Hubert

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James H. Hubert was a social worker and the Executive Secretary of the New York Urban League.[1] In 1929, Hubert asked Margaret Sanger to open a birth control clinic in Harlem.[2] He wrote for the periodical ''Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life"[3]


  1. ^ Reed, Toure F., Not alms but opportunity: the Urban League & the politics of racial uplift, UNC Press Books, 2008, pp 48-49
  2. ^ Hajo, Cathy Moran (2010). Birth Control on Main Street: Organizing Clinics in the United States, 1916–1939, University of Illinois Press, p. 85.
  3. ^ "Harlem Faces Unemployment", in Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life"