Very Good. Item #6904
Boston? Greater Boston Youth for Brotherhood Council, 1945. First Edition. Small quarto (22cm.); publisher's pink pictorial staple bound wrappers; pp.; printed mimeograph. Shallow chipping along wrapper and text block fore-edge, else Very Good.
Rare World War II-era program for this gathering to promote brotherhood and understanding, sponsored by, among others, the American Unitarian Youth, the American Jewish Congress, Harriet Tubman House, and the Nisei Hospitality Committee. From the foreword: "Recognizing that Hitler's secret weapon is in creating discord and disunity, and there are forces at work seeking to set one group against the other, the Greater Boston Youth for Brotherhood Council, representing Youth organizations of all races and creeds, has taken the offensive by uniting to combat these influences." The program includes the singing of the National Anthem, a musical twirling demonstration, Palestinian folk dances, and a panel on human relations. No copies in commerce or OCLC as of August, 2020.