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December 1994 / January 1995

The Struggle for Racial Equality: 1964/1994

"The Struggle for Racial Equality: 1964/1994," with Cynthia Silva Parker and Vivian Rothstein, including a discussion of the Boston Freedom Summer. Also: Alan Stone on Spike Lee's decline, fiction, poetry, Kerry Fried on lesbian fiction, and much more.

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