Explorations in Black Leadership

Co-Directed by Phyllis Leffler & Julian Bond

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters

In 1925, it became the first black labor organization to be chartered by the American Federation of Labor. Its leaders included A. Philip Randolph, C. L. Dellums, and E. D. Nixon, all of whom played significant roles in the civil rights movement. See also Randolph, A. Philip.