Sudhindra Bose, "Travelling through the country in America" (1911)
Article from March 1911 issue of Modern Review, in which Bose describes his experience traveling by train through the U.S. in an effort to "see the American country life at close range." The conversations recorded range from descriptions of a lynching of an African American to the questions posed by passengers to Bose regarding India.
The Negro In America: Colour Not The Coin That Buys Success
Essay by Saint Nihal Singh published in the Hindustan Review titled "The Negro in America: Colour Not the Coin That Buys Success." Singh briefly discusses the slave trade, and the efforts by African Americans to create institutions of education. Singh also quotes from Booker T. Washington.
Letter from Ram Bagai to MLK
Letter from Ram Bagai to Martin Luther King, Jr. and Ralph Abernathy, wherein Bagai (president of Films of India, former president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and son of Vaishno Das Bagai and Kala Bagai) expresses admiration and support for the civil rights movement, and pledges to donate the proceeds of an upcoming film premiere to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.