Jesse Jackson's Oscar protest bombed in N.Y

Boyd, Herb
March 1996
New York Amsterdam News;3/30/96, Vol. 87 Issue 13, p3
Reports on a misunderstanding about the actual location of a protest of the Academy Awards ceremonies which was launched by Jesse Jackson. Comment about the arrival of Albert Williams and Anthony Austin; Speculation regarding the cause of the mix-up; Reference to Jackson's change of plans in shifting the protest from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.


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