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The Man Who Cried Genocide
William Lorenzo Patterson
by International Publishers
Written in English
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Together Patterson and Robeson delivered the petition "We Charge Genocide" before the United Nations, charging the United States Government with genocide against African peoples. The writings primarily consist of holograph and typescript drafts of William L. Patterson's book, The Man Who Cried Genocide: An Autobiography (published ).
It.Patterson, The Man Who Cried Genocide, pp. –9; Horne, Communist Front?, pp. –3.(Eleanor Roosevelt headed the American delegation, and she also was chair of the UN Human Rights Commission.) Horne, Black and Red, refers to Du Bois’s dislike of ‘certain Blacks’ like Tobias and Sampson who travelled to third world countries on behalf of the State Department in order to rebut.Patterson wrote in his autobiography, The Man Who Cried Genocide, that he had just returned from Richmond, Va., where he had struggled without success to save the Martinsville Seven, also falsely.