1967 Newark "Rebellion" Aftermath
A panel of Newark residents and activists talked about the impact of the 1967 Newark “Rebellion,” and how it changed the predominately African American city.
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Claude Coleman Judge (Former) New Jersey->Superior Court
Mark Di lonno Columnist Newark Star-Ledger
Lawrence Hamm Chair People's Organization for Progress
Shane Harris Vice President Prudential->Prudential Foundation
Edwin Leahy Headmaster St. Benedict's Preparatory School (Newark, NJ)
William S. Pretzer Senior Curator National Museum of African American History and Culture->History
- National Museum of African American History and CultureNational Museum of African American History and Culture
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