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florence tate

i was a participant in this historic event. my favorite part of it was when roy innis' crowd was shouting about something or other and the diminutive imamu amiri baraka, founding leader of the congress of african people, rose to take the podium the podium. "sit down new york"! he commanded. and they did and shut up---at least for the time being. oh, those were the days...

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