Clinton picks Rev. Charles Stith as next U.S. ambassador to Tanzania

June 1997
Jet;06/09/97, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p35
Announces the Reverend Charles Stith of Boston, Massachusetts as the United States ambassador to Tanzania. His leadership at the Organization for a New Equality; Why Stith established the organization; Excerpt from his comments to reporters; Stith as President Bill Clinton's leading candidate.


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