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Dear Advait Guje,
Thank you for posting your request on History Hub!
You can find a guide to resources related to African American History on the National Archives website. This might be a good place to learn about the kinds of records related to your research that are available. You may also wish to search National Archives’ blogs like Rediscovering Black History, The Text Message, and The Unwritten Record to find out more about the topic you’re interested in.
In addition, WorldCat also has information about numerous records related to the Great Depression and activism. You may wish to explore these and related resources to find out more about your research topic.
Finally, a number of colleges and universities also have information available online about political activism in the 1930s that may be useful for you. Examples include Student Activism in the Context of the 1930s, Radical Student Activism in the 1930s [...], A Forgotten History: The 1930's Student Movement, and The Anti-War Movement of the Thirties.
We hope this information is helpful, and best of luck with your research!
Thank you so much, ma'am!