Two Forgotten Lefties – for Black History Month

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Harry Haywood                                        

Who was Oliver Law? (left).  Ever hear of him?

How about Harry Haywood? (right) No clue right?

Well, Oliver Law was a black man, born in West Texas in 1899. He served in the First World War and stayed on as a buck Private in the 24th Infantry, an all negro unit stationed on the Mexican border.

In 1925 Law left the Army, first taking a job in a cement plant and eventually moving to Chicago where he drove a cab. After the coming of the Great Depression he obtained work as a stevedore and then ran a small restaurant.

During the height of the depression, Oliver Law joined the Communist Party and became active in the movement to create unemployment insurance – he was instrumental in organizing “Unemployment Insurance Day” demonstrations…

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