Schooled in bodies like the Southern Negro Youth Congress, but scarred by McCarthyism and the Cold War, Black women continued to play vitally important roles in ongoing struggles for social justice.
What does SNYC stand for?
SNYC stands for Southern Negro Youth Congress
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We have 3 other meanings of SNYC in our Acronym Attic
- Sensitive Needs Yard (prisons)
- Shin Nippon Yakugyo (Japan)
- Sidney, Nebraska (airport code)
- Southern New York Railway
- Sportsnet New York
- State of New York
- Suomalaisten Naisten Yhdistys (Finnish: Finnish Women's Associations)
- South Norfolk Youth Action (est. 2004; UK)
- Southern New York Association, Inc. (long-term care; New York, NY)
- Steve Nash Youth Basketball (Canada)
- Swaziland National Youth Council (political group)
- Society for New York City History
- Sunday Night Youth Fellowship (First Presbyterian Church of Cookstown; UK)
- St. Norbert's Youth Group (Munger, Michigan)
- Sunday Night Youth Groups (First Christian Church; Baton Rouge, LA)
- Sekretariat for Ny Kompositionsmusik (Danish: Secretariat for Contemporary Music; Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Spay and Neuter Your Pet
- Southern New York Region Sports Car Club of America
- Southern New York Racing Association
- St. Neots Youth Town Council (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Strong, who Wright interviewed for one of his Daily Worker articles, was the executive secretary of the Communist-organized Southern Negro Youth Congress, which fought for jobs for black youth and civil rights, and against war and fascism ("Negro Youth" 3).
Sweeping statements charging that the Southern Negro Youth Congress and the National Negro Congress promoted the "undisguised civil rights wing of the Communist Party" suggest that these two Popular Front-era organizations were little more than Communist fronts.