Run-DMC on Walk of Fame; Cosby boycotts Cincinnati

Rogers, Charles E.
February 2002
New York Amsterdam News;2/21/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 8, p28
Reports the entertainment boycotts in New York, New York. Cancellation of the concert of Smokey Robinson and performance of Bill Cosby; Influence of the entertainment and convention boycott organized by a coalition of Black activists; Inclusion of handprints rap pioneers Run-DMC on the cement along Hollywood Boulevard.


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