Writings By Pauli Murray

An American Credo.Common Ground 5, no. 2 (1945): 22-24.

And the Riots Came.The Call, Friday, August 13 1943, 1; 4.

A Blueprint for First Class Citizenship.The Crisis 51 (1944): 358-59.

Dark Testament and Other Poems. Norwalk, CT: Silvermine, 1970.

Human Rights U.S.A.:  1948-1966. Cincinnati, Service Center, Board of Misions, Methodist Church, 1967.

Negro Youth’s Dilemma.Threshold, April 1942, 8-11.

Negroes Are Fed Up.Common Sense, August 1943, 274-76.

Proud Shoes: The Story of an American Family. New York: Harper & Row, 1978.

The Right to Equal Opportunity in Employment.California Law Review 33 (1945): 388-433.

Roots of the Racial Crisis: Prologue to Policy.” J.S.D., Yale University, 1965.

Song in a Weary Throat: An American Pilgrimage. New York: Harper & Row, 1987.

States’ Laws on Race and Color. Cincinnati: Women’s Division of Christian Service, Board of Missions and Church Extension, Methodist Church, 1951.

Three Thousand Miles on a Dime in Ten Days.” In Negro Anthology: 1931-1934, edited by Nancy Cunard, 90-93. London: Wishart and Co., 1934.

Why Negro Girls Stay Single.Negro Digest 5, no. 9 (1947): 4-8.

Murray, Pauli, and Henry Babcock. “An Alternative Weapon.South Today, (Winter 1942-1943): 53-57.

Murray, Pauli, and Mary O. Eastwood. “Jane Crow and the Law: Sex Discrimination and Title Vii.George Washington Law Review 34, no. 2 (1965): 232-56.

Murray, Pauli, and Leslie Rubin. The Constitution and Government of Ghana. London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1964.