Eugene Debs’s May Day Address to Black Workers

In 1923, Eugene V. Debs wrote a powerful May Day address for the black socialist magazine the Messenger that called for “the emancipation of all races from the oppressive and degrading yoke of wage slavery.” We republish it here in full, for the first time since it appeared 100 years ago.

Source: Eugene Debs’s May Day Address to Black Workers

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