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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
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Clifton DeBerry; Robert Vernon
|Notes:||Duration of speech: 15' 08."
Symposium organized by the Militant Labor Forum to discuss the reported existence in Harlem of "blood brothers" organized to kill whites. Moderated by Robert Vernon. Speakers include Clifton De Berry, Quentin Hand, William Reed, and Malcolm X. Part I is the speech of Clifton DeBerry, 1964 presidential candidate of the Socialist Workers Party. Clifton DeBerry discusses the situation in Harlem, and political alternatives to the two-party system.
Part of the Schomburg Center Oral History Tape Collection.
For catalog of the collection, see: Oral History Tape Collection catalog (Sc 016.973-O).