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Fight Racism: The Fight Against Racism If [Sic] Not Just a Fight to Help Out Oppressed Black People ... : To See Who Benefits From Radism [Sic] in Virginia [Sic] We Have to Look No Further Than Our Own Board of Visitors, Meeting Today in Pavilion VIII ... : As Vice President of Louise Obici Hospital, Located Just Outside of the Suffolk City Limits, William M. Birdsong Has Since August Been Trying to Crush the Efforts of His Black Employees to Organize for Better Wages and No-Discriminatory Hiring Practices ... : Birdsong and His Friends Naturally Want to Use the University to Preserve a Racist Society. Our Own Interests in a Meaningful, Human Open Education Are in Conflict With Birdsong's Interests in Maintaining Power. .

University of Virginia Radical Student Union
Format
Book; Broadside
Published
[Charlottesville, Va. : Radical Student Union? 1969?]
Language
English
Variant Title
Oppose racism in Suffolk and on the Board of Visitors
Related Title
Oppose racism in Suffolk and on the Board of Visitors
Description
1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 28 x 22 cm.
Notes
Text on p. [2] begins: "Oppose racism in Suffolk and on the Board of Visitors."
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Transferred from Social Movements Collection, MSS 9430.
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