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"From Job to Job," World Tomorrow, April 1923.
"Hobohemia I: The World of the Migratory Worker," Messenger, June 1923.
"Hobohemia II: The Folk Farthest Down," Messenger, August 1923.
"Mortimer M. Harris," Messenger, May 1924.
"John A. Lankford," Messenger, June 1924.
"A Tribute to Caesar," Messenger, June 1924.
"Madame C.J. Walker," Messenger, August 1924.
"At the Darktown Charity Ball," Messenger, December 1924.
"The Yellow Peril: A One-Act Play," Messenger, January 1925.
"The Negro and Nordic Civilization," Messenger, May 1925.
"At the Coffeehouse," Messenger, June 1925.
"The Negro-Art Hokum," Nation, June 16, 1926.
"Negroes and Artists: A Letter," Nation, July 24, 1926.
"Blessed Are the Organized," Messenger, November 1926.
"Seldom Seen," Messenger, November 1928.
"Blessed Are the Sons of Ham," Nation, March 23, 1927.
"Our White Folks," American Mercury, December 1927.
"Woof," Harlem, November 1928.
"Racial Intermarriage in the United States," American Parade, Fall 1928.
"Keeping the Negro in His Place," American Mercury, August 1929.
"Emancipated Woman and the Negro," Modern Quarterly, Fall 1929.
"A Negro Looks Ahead," American Mercury, February 1930.
"Travelling Jim Crow," American Mercury, August 1930.
"Black Warriors," American Mercury, November 1930.
"The Van Vechten Revolution," Phylon, Fourth Quarter, 1930.
"Memoirs of a Pearl Diver," American Mercury, April 1931.
"Some Unsweet Truths About Race Prejudice," in Behold America, Samuel D. Schmalhausen, ed. (Farrar & Rinehart, 1931).
"The Young Negro Co-Operative League," Crisis, January 1932.
"Black America Begins to Doubt," American Mercury, April 1932.
"Black Art," American Mercury, November 1932.
"Uncle Sam's Black Step-Child," American Mercury, June 1933.
"When Black Weds White," Modern Monthly, February 1934.
"To Boycott or Not to Boycott? A Deadly Boomerang," Crisis, September 1934.
"Scripture for Lynchers," Crisis, January 1935.
"Black Paradise Lost," Opportunity, April 1935.
"The Separate State Hokum," Crisis, May 1935.
"Freedom of the Press in Mississippi," Crisis, October 1936.
"New Job Frontiers for Negro Youth," Crisis, November 1936.
"Woman Palaver," Globe, March 1937.
"Do We Really Want Equality?" Crisis, April 1937.
"The Lord's Work," Globe, July 1937.
"Monrovia Mooches On," Globe, July 1937.
"Not Gone with the Wind," Crisis, July 1937.
"A Treatise on Mulattos," Crisis, October 1937.
"Reflections on Negro Leadership," Crisis, November 1937.
"The Rise of the Black Internationale," Crisis, August 1938.
"Negroes Reject Communism," American Mercury, June 1939.
"Craftsman in the Blue Grass," Crisis, May 1940.
"Garner at Home," Crisis, June 1940.
"The Negro in the New Order," Modern Quarterly, Fall 1940.
"Hitlerism without Hitler: A Review," Crisis, December 1941.
"America Caught Up with Him," Crisis, June 1942.
"Richetta G. Randolph," Crisis, December 1942.
"The Negro Press," New Leader, June 26, 1943.
"A Long War Will Aid the Negro," Crisis, November 1943.
"The Caucasian Problem," in What the Negro Wants, Rayford Logan ed. (University of North Carolina, 1944).
"More Race Riots Are Coming," American Mercury, December 1944.
"What the Negro Thinks of the South," Negro Digest, May 1945.
"What's Wrong with the NAACP?" Negro Digest, September 1947.
"Jim Crow in the North," American Mercury, June 1949 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1941-1963).
"Haiti Looks Ahead," Por Americas, December 1949.
"What's Wrong with Negro Authors?" Negro Digest, May 1950.
"Forty Years of 'The Crisis'," Crisis, March, 1951.
"The Phantom American Negro," The Freeman, April 23, 1951.
"Why I Want to Stay in America," Negro Digest, June 1951.
"Do Negroes Want to Be White?" American Mercury, June 1956.
"The Negro Voter Comes of Age," American Mercury, March 1957.
"Krushchev's African Foothold," American Mercury, March 1959.
"Freedom through Finance," Sepia, May 1962.
"Teaching Negro History Is Questionable," Globe Democrat, August 13, 1968.
"Malcolm X: Better to Memorialize Benedict Arnold," American Opinion, February 1973.