NACGNNational Association of Colored Graduate Nurses
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During the war, Thoms had stated explicitly in an address to the NACGN that all blacks were in this struggle against prejudice and discrimination together; she challenged them to respond to President Wilson's appeal "that the world must be made safe for democracy.
Altho' I am proud of your achievements," she told members of the NACGN at the annual meeting in Boston in 1919, "I am not content with them.
Two years later, Thorns reiterated her message during the NACGN meeting in Washington D.
The NACGN itself worked closely with the National Urban League and the NAACP, urging all nurses to use "their contacts with many families, to encourage other Negroes to value their right of suffrage.