Alexander J. Opsahl is a 2009 graduate of the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in history. After living up in Seattle for five years, he has recently moved back to his hometown of Portland, Oregon. After working for a couple of years, Alex wishes to go back to school for his Masters in Business Administration and eventually own his own business.
The Friends of Negro Freedom (FNF) was created by A. Philip Randolph and Chandler Owen, the owners of The Messenger magazine. They formed the organization with goals of garnering support for black-owned businesses and helping provide African American workers with training in labor union organizing … Read MoreFriends of Negro Freedom (1920-1930)