Columbia blood drive for Dr. Shabazz

Reyes, Damaso
June 1997
New York Amsterdam News;06/14/97, Vol. 88 Issue 24, p15
Focuses on the continued support for Doctor Betty Shabazz, with reference to Columbia University's blood drive for her. Circumstances surrounding Shabazz's health; Information on Shabazz's association with Columbia University; Comments from Larry Dais, assistant vice president for public affairs, at the university; Information on a resolution passed for Shabazz.


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