Black freedom fighter dies

Boyd, Herb
November 1998
New York Amsterdam News;11/19/98, Vol. 89 Issue 47, p1
Pays tribute to the late Kwame Ture, a civil rights advocate. Ture's political development as told in his biography written in collaboration with Michael Thelwell; Ture's accomplishments as an advocate of Afro-American rights; Relationship with the Panthers group.


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