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Muenda by Michael Lamy (lonewriter) - Drama - “Muenda” is the story of a young white man from Canada who gave up a football scholarship at Berkeley to become a teacher and a civil rights worker at the beginning of the sixties. From his involvement with black youth and migrant workers in the Del Paso Heights community of Sacramento, to helping organise the bussing of white students in Seattle, to working for VISTA in Chicago on the Blackstone Nation’s turf during the Democratic National Convention in 1968, Fred Willis’ commitment to social justice never wavered. Even after suffering discrimination, and after losing his wife to diabetes he continued to care for their two adopted black children, and the community. 125 pages - pdf, format


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