Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Photo: Anti-Communist Jewish Writer Lionel Lokos Knew Harlem—for Better or Worse


Here is a photo from the March 20, 1954 issue of the New York Age, a black newspaper. It shows Henry Lokos, Lionel's uncle, at his Harlem clothing store.

By David in TN
Tuesday, July 24, 2018 at 8:17:00 P.M. EDT

[Previously, at WEJB/NSU:

The New Racism (1971): A Review by David in TN, Written Exclusively for NSU/WEJB;

“A Terse, 1970 Book Review Starkly Shows the Inability, Nay, Refusal of Liberals to Learn”; and

House Divided: The Life and Legacy of Martin Luther King (1968) by Lionel Lokos; a Review by David in TN (a WEJB/NSU Exclusive!).]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Was opposed to excessive mark ups. Business began in 1914. Harlem probably white in 1914. Excessive mark ups a code term for the negro customer we are not trying to cheat you.