This essay examines The Chronicle, the Federated Colored Catholics’ official periodical. The author argues that the short-lived publication was an educative vehicle that provided practical strategies for addressing the day-to-day racial disparities facing the larger Black community. Remnants of the social and economic issues that The Chronicle’s founder, Thomas Wyatt Turner, sought to address during the late 1920s and early 1930s remain with us today, and as such, continue to demand both attention and solutions.
"The Federated Colored Catholics' Chronicle, 1929‐1932: A Monitor and Barometer of American Race Relations,"
Journal of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium: Vol. 11, Article 7.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/jbcts/vol11/iss1/7