Jews In The Black Organization NAACP

Who Really Founded and Furthered The NAACP? The NAACP was actually NOT founded by Blacks. This comes as a big surprise to many people. The NAACP was instead founded in 1909 by one mulatto Communist named W.E.B. DuBois, and...many Jews. Jews by race, not simply by religion.

Here are just some of the Jews who founded/directed/steered the NAACP1:

-Joel Spingarn
-Arthur Spingarn (brother)
-Julius Rosenthal
-Henry Malkewitz
-Rabbi Emil G. Hirsch
-Lillian Wald
-Kivie Kaplan
-Nathan Margold
-Jack Greenberg
-Julian Mack
-Henry Moskowitz
-Herbert Hill
-Louis Marshall
-Rabbi David Saperstein
-Rabbi Stephen Wise
-Herbert Lehman
-Arthur Sachs
-Herbert Seligmann
-Martha Gruening
-Felix Frankfurter
-Herman Lehman (brother of Herbert?)


1. sources: various, including the website featuring mention of Jews in the NAACP in the 1999 documentary film "From Swastika To Jim Crow":; the website, and the book "Broken Alliance," by Kaufman; an outtake from a review of same is mentioned below. Jewish author Dr. Joshua Halberstam also notes that the civil-rights movement was heavily-Jewish in his book "Schmoozing," 1997; David Duke also mentions this in his book "My Awakening," 1999, w/photos.

The NAACP was so Jewish during its first 66 years that that fact is almost unbelievable. Indeed, the NAACP had only Jewish presidents until 1975.

Here is a quote about the heavy Jewish involvement in the Black "civil-rights" movement as a whole, which included much more that just the NAACP:

"Jews wrote most of the checks that bankrolled the fights of Martin Luther King and his Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC); of SNCC, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; and the Freedom Rides of James Farmer and CORE (the Congress of Racial Equality)......; blacks and Jews were linked in the fight to end racial discrimination. (p. 19)."

--From a review of a book written by a (apparently) Jewish author named Kaufman. Title: "Broken Alliance: The Turbulent Times Between Blacks and Jews in America," by Jonathan Kaufman. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1988. 311 pages, $19.95, Hb., ISBN 0-684-18699-3. Reviewed by Paul Grubach.

Jewish involvement in the Black "civil-rights" movement had nothing to do with "ending racial discrimination," or with their love of Black people. It had EVERYTHING to do with making America less "White," so that Jews--always the traditional enemy of gentiles -- would be more unnoticeable in America, leading, they hoped, to less "anti-Semitism." This clever plan was, like many other Jewish schemes, designed to keep Jews safe from criticism and from "Nazi-like" attitudes.