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|Named Person:||Shirley Chisholm; Marshall Dubin; Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.; Ossie Davis|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
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|Notes:||Duration of interview: 20' 09."
Marshall Dubin discusses opposition to Shirley Chisholm by black militants in Bedford-Stuyvesant, the position of black women in black society, his analysis of the black political situation in the United States and the need for more black politicians with whom the black community can identify.
Part of the Schomburg Center Oral History Tape Collection. For catalog of the collection, see: Oral History Tape Collection catalog (Sc O16.973-O).