Leaders at first National Black Political Convention
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Gary, Ind.: Among those who attended the first National Black Political Convention here 3/12 were: UL--Rev. Walter Fauntroy, Chairman of the Platform Committee, Wash., D.C.; UR--Mayor Richard Hatcher of Gary, convention co-chairman; LL - Rev. Jesse Jackson, pres. of Operation Push, Chicago, and Mrs. Coretta Scott King.
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