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Lee White's Newspaper Clippings
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Unknown Paper (Probably JET), Unknown Date
After June 11, 1964


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President, 1963-1969
Index: St. Augustine Civil Rights, Lee White, St. Augustine, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, NAACP, Dr. Hayling, Versy Ward, Mississippi Summer Project, Ku Klux Klan, segregation,  President
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Still, Should King Risk Death in Florida?, JET
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Larry A. Still was a reporter who covered racial attacks for JET Magazine. He also
worked for Washington Star and was a professor at Howard University, He was
director of information for the U. S. Employment Service and information deputy
director of the President's Committee on Civil Disorders.
"If I had known what I know now about this town, I doubt if I would have come here.
Man, these Negroes were really violent. we had to go around the community and
knock on each door and convince the people that violence begets violence and we
couldn't win that way." Hosea Williams