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The Southern Patriot (1942-1976)



  • Existence: 1942 - 1976

Biographical Notes

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Southern Patriot - Volume 24, Number 8, September 1966

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 10
Collection number: Folder 10
Scope and Contents Headlines: "Baker Movement Thrives," by Joy Fenston; "Jury System Revamped: Albany Ruling Upset"; "Election in West Tennessee Returns Nine Negro Magistrates"; "CR Victory Supplies Precedent: Peace Movement Battles HUAC"; "Appeals Court Reverses Poret, Labat Convictions"; "Hurry Sundown: Reissued in Paperback"; "Theater of the Ghetto," by Robert Analavage; "SCLC Replies to NVDA...
Dates: Created: September 1966

Southern Patriot - Volume 24, Number 8, September 1966

 Digital Work
Collection number: southern-patriot_v24n8_196609

Southern Patriot - Volume 26, Number 4, April 1968

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 24
Collection number: Folder 24
Scope and Contents

MEMPHIS, Tenn.—This city, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated on April 4, has been living a lie—as all U.S. cities are living a lie. Memphis bills itself as “the City of Good Abode.” It crows about its integrated public accommodations and constantly reminds visitors that these were achieved without the necessity or “bother” of marches and demonstrations

Dates: Created: April 1968