YNCLYoung Negroes Cooperative League (est. 1930)
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The YNCL, Barbara Ransby points out, although not formally connected to any socialist or communist party, was founded by people intent on demonstrating "how their efforts could transform society and eradicate capitalism.
At the first national conference of the YNCL in 1931, Miss Baker addressed the topic "What Consumers' Co-operation Means to Negro Women" in a talk that became the catalyst for a conference resolution stating "that we seek to bring women into the League on equal basis with men.