"Fighting Racism: The Case of the Wilmington 10" | Stanford L Warren Branch Library | Activism | Indy Week

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"Fighting Racism: The Case of the Wilmington 10"

When: Sat., Aug. 4, 3 p.m. 2012

In 1971, 10 youth were arrested for bombing a local grocery store & shooting at police in Wilmington, NC, following protests against racism, educational disparity & segregation. Convictions were overturned in 1980 but formal charges remain. Learn more about the Wilmington 10 from community panelists Curtis Gatewood, Irv Joyner & Larry Reni Thomas.

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