Blood drive and memorial service

June 1998
New York Amsterdam News;06/25/98, Vol. 89 Issue 26, p9
Presents information on a blood drive and a memorial service scheduled to be held at Carver Federal Savings Bank, New York and Memorial Field Stadium, New York respectively, in memory of Betty Shabazz, widow of African American civil rights leader Malcolm X. Names of the sponsors of the blood drive; Requirements needed to be met in order to give blood; Details on the memorial service.


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