The Negro Worker

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The Negro Worker was the newspaper of the International Trade Union Committee for Black Workers. It was called The International Negro Workers’ Review, when launched in 1928, but the name was changed in March 1931. It ceased publication in 1937.[1]

It was edited first by George Padmore until 1931 and then by James W. Ford.

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  1. ^ "The Negro Worker A Comintern Publication of 1928-37". Marxists. Retrieved 24 January 2016.

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Table of Contents of each issue