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A short statement to those who say “Nothing is worth fighting and dying for”
circa May 1970
This flyer, a response to the May 5, 1970, shootings of demonstrators at Kent State University, suggests a more militant course for the civil rights movement, stating that the only “gains” made by the movement followed violent activity in Watts, Detroit, and Newark.
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University Archives Subject Files
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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