(Online Participant) Speech concerning the conditions of Southern blacks as compared with 1619, October 1969

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About the Project:

Following the death of civil rights leader Julian H. Bond on August 15, 2015, the University of Virginia acquired the entirety of his papers and moved them to the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library for preservation. In an effort to make the papers accessible to the public, the Carter G. Woodson Institute partnered with the Center for Digital Editing beginning in 2017 to create a scholarly edition of his papers.

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