Box 13, Folder 21, Document 28

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Take Control,
Stokely Tells
Boston Rally

Boston, (AP)—Stokely Carmi-
chael led a march through the

streets of Boston's heavily Ne-

gro Roxbury section yesterday
and told Negroes they must
take control of the land and
stores in their areas.

"We will control things in our
communities by any means ne-
ecessary,” he told a rally in
Franklin Park,

‘Tf hunky [the white man]
gets his store bombed out every
Friday or Saturday,” Carmichael
said, “he’s going to have to sell
it to us.”

He also told the crowd that
the only way to stop “racist
aggression” by police “is by
armed resistance.” He did not
elaborate but said, “as long as
injustice prevails, there will be
no peace.”

Boston's Acting Mayor Barry
T. Hynes had criticized Car-
michael's visit, saying he “in-
cites violence wherever he goes"
and warned that violence would
not be tolerated, Roxbury was
the scene of Negro rioting the
weekend of June 2-4.

There was only one minor in-
cident yesterday. Police arrest-
ed a white man who was carry-
ing a sign reading, “I fight
poverty, I work.” He scuffled
with a small group of Negroes
and was charged with breach
o the peace.

Carmichael was expected to
return to Atlanta, where eh was
released from jail Saturday af-
ter posting a $1,000 appeal
bond. .

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the depressed areas of tl.
Donovan said a “very
strengthening” of the pi
would be forthcoming. .

But he reserved deta.
program and its finance’
press conference later
Board of Education .
ters in Brooklyn, ‘

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three major problems o; as Hn!
schools are money, a te ¢ Z [ry :
shortage and the lack of .
room space.

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