Friends to raise funds for Kwame Ture's cancer battle

Deas, Gerald W.
April 1996
New York Amsterdam News;4/13/96, Vol. 87 Issue 15, p14
States that in order to bankroll medical costs for Kwame Ture, who is stricken with prostate cancer, a fundraiser will be held in his honor entitled `Expand Your Commitment,' at the National Black Theater in New York City. Ture's former name; Time of event; Minimum donation requested; Where the contributions are to be sent; Information on Ture's civil rights struggles in the 1960s; Comments from Bill Hall, former member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).


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