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'''Kwame Ture''' (also known as Stokely Carmichael) was a contributor to [[The Black Scholar]].<ref>[http://www.theblackscholar.org/ The Black Scholar]</ref>
 
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In 1968, [[John Conyers]]  told [[The Worker]], a [[Communist Party USA publication]], that he was organizing a committee of blacks to evaluate candidates for the 1968 election. It was part of his overall program to organize American Negroes into one voting bloc. For his evaluating committee, he had chosen, among others, the revolutionaries [[Stokely Carmichael]], [[Ralph Abernathy]] and [[Floyd B. McKissick]].<ref>Biographical Dictionary of the Left, Francis X. Gannon, Vol. I, page 292, 293</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 23:25, 5 June 2010

Kwame Ture (also known as Stokely Carmichael) was a contributor to The Black Scholar.[1]

Black voting "bloc"

In 1968, John Conyers told The Worker, a Communist Party USA publication, that he was organizing a committee of blacks to evaluate candidates for the 1968 election. It was part of his overall program to organize American Negroes into one voting bloc. For his evaluating committee, he had chosen, among others, the revolutionaries Stokely Carmichael, Ralph Abernathy and Floyd B. McKissick.[2]

External links

References

  1. The Black Scholar
  2. Biographical Dictionary of the Left, Francis X. Gannon, Vol. I, page 292, 293