New Yorkers turn out to donate blood for Dr. Betty Shabazz

Reyes, Damaso
June 1997
New York Amsterdam News;06/14/97, Vol. 88 Issue 24, p8
Reports on the blood drive for Doctor Betty Shabazz, wife of slain activist Malcolm X, at the Carver Federal Saving Bank, in New York. Information on the number of persons who supported the drive; Circumstances surrounding the blood drive; Comments from Thomas Clark, president and chief executive officer of the Carver Federal Savings Bank.


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