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The shootings and after: A CWP response
March 30, 1980
Signe Waller, a former professor at Bennett College, was a member of the Workers Viewpoint Organization, later the Community Workers Party, in the seventies. She is the widow of Jim Waller, murdered on November 3, 1979, at the Death to the Klan march in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Greesboro News & Record
A letter from Signe Waller published in the Viewpoint section of the Greensboro News & Record, on March 30, 1980. The letter is in regards to an essay by Robert Watson on the murder of five members of the Communist Workers Party at the Death to the Klan rally, on November 3, 1979. A portion of the essay was published in the News & Record on February 10, 1980, and the entire essay was published in the March 1980 issue of Harper's. A copy of the letter is available in this collection, and is titled "The Truth About the Greensboro Massacre: A Reply to Mr. Watson's Harper's Article".
Format of original:
Robert W. Watson Papers
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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