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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 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 printed rebuttle to Herbert Apthekcers' positive reading of the "Watts Uprising" as causing improvement in the community ("The Watts Ghetto Uprising" published in Political Affairs, October and November 1965), and Ben Dobbs' understanding that…

An editorial for the Watts Conference Supplement covering the history of Watts and Los Angeles, including sociological, economics and laws all leading to the "Watts Uprising" of 1965

An article that reexamines the "Watts Rebellion" 7 years after the fact, noting that the flood of "investigations that came to Watts loaded with government grants" often failed to view black Watts residents "as anything more than objects to be…
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