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"Negro perceptions of support, meaning and outcome of the Los Angeles riot" will be explored by compiling statistical information, obtained from two data sources, random curfew residents and a sample of persons actually arrested.

A report detailing the percentages of participants in the 1965 Watts uprising , and the links between participation and poverty and unemployment.

A talk given on employment by Herman P. Miller at a black history symposium. According to the footnote the symposium occurred February 1965, but the document is stamped February 4, 1964 .

A speech presented at the conference on "Labor and the War Against Poverty" (April 19-20, 1965) printed by the University of California, Berkeley. Details the national struggles and stances (politically) with poverty, and provides suggestions on how…

A periodical that addresses issues of class, unemployment, labor unions, "a look at negro leadership," and other subjects pertaining to communism and race

A periodical that addresses the rights of Black workers across the U.S., Marxist values, "socialist consciousness," union activity, the Communist Party, and jazz and culture

A periodical that addresses issues of labor, unions, unemployment, and Black Angelenos and their struggles with housing, education, employment, and mistreatment by the police.

A census derived publication providing statistical reports on the population, employment, unemployment, income, housing and education of California's Black Community in the 1960s.

A publication which proposes the formation of a peace and freedom movement in order to achieve a political presence.

A publication with articles that cover the topics: Huey P. Newton, the newspaper workers on strike at the Herald Examiner, and the "Platform of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense."
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