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Letter from the Mobilization Committee recruiting community involvement
December 19, 1979
February 2nd Mobilization Committee
The February 2nd Mobilization Committee was created in response to the 1979 Greensboro massacre, was based in Durham, NC, and was a project of the National Anti-Klan Network.
This December 19, 1979 appeal letter from the February 2nd Mobilizing Committee solicits co-sponsorship of the group's activities by other community organizations. The letter describes recent Ku Klux Klan activity including the November 3, 1979, Greensboro Massacre. The group's purpose was to arrange a demonstration in Greensboro on February 2, 1980, coinciding with the twentieth anniversary of the Greensboro Woolworth lunch counter sit-ins. The letter is signed by Rev, C.T. Vivian and Rev. Lucius Walker, Jr., conveners of the Atlanta Anti-Klan Conference. Included are a statement of operating principles and ground rules for the organization, a call for mobilization, and a response/contribution form.
Format of original:
Blanche M. Boyd Papers
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