Harold A. Lett Papers

About this Collection

This collection consists of selected items from the Harold Lett Collection. Harold Lett worked for the New Jersey Urban League from 1934-1945. At the Urban League Lett worked on housing issues and race relations. He also worked on educational issues for example he made a speech on "Public Schools and Negro". Read more about the Urban League in the Essex County Urban League Collection.

Black Power: Key to National Fulfillment
A paper about black and white race relations and black identity.
Cities in Crisis: Police and Community Relations
Speech about the police and community relations at the Tampa Police Institute
How Newton Removed Racial Restrictions: A Factual Case History
A paper on how to remove racial restrictions from housing practices.
Integration of Public Schools in New Jersey
A paper about the history of segregation and road to integration in New Jersey Public schools.