Portrait of Alexander Manly

Alexander L. Manly was a Negro leader and newspaper editor in Wilmington, N.C., during the 1890s. As editor of The Record, he was accused of stirring racial discord through his outspoken editorial policy. In 1898 Manly and his family were forced to flee the city on the eve of the famous Wilmington race riot. The Manlys resettled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Alexander Manly
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