and T. Montgomery
Gregory organized the Stylus Society, which consisted of
students at Howard University. The Stylus was the
literary magazine of this Society and it was
humble attempt of a number of Howard students to give encouragement
to the literary aspirations
of their college associates
and to offer them the opportunity of publishing their work.
(Foreword, The Stylus, p4.) Zora
Neale Hurston was one of the student contributors.
Carter G. Woodson established and edited The Journal
of Negro History.
Grimkes protest play, "Rachel,"
was staged in Washington, D.C. The play deals with racial violence
and problems of Black parenting. It was eventually published