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4 - THE CAROLINA TIMES
SAT., AUGUST 6. 1977
D!r.:rilyDcslr.:ss
Pcrticfcllch
Guaranteed In
Public Ucrb
Tlie $4 billion Local
Public Works BiU (LPW) re
cently passed is now avail-;,
able v to qualified local ,
communities. At least ten
per cent participation in this
program is assured through
contracts and subcontracts to
minority" vendors and con
tractors by the U, S. Depart
ment of Commerce.
The LPW program will
be discussed at a public meet
ing sponsored by the Econo
mic Development Adminis
tration (EDA), the Office of
Minority Business Enterprise
(OMBE), the Durham Busi
ness and Professional Chain,
Inc., and the North Carolina
State Office of Minority
Business Enterprise. The
meeting is scheduled to begin
at 7:30 pjn. in the Boyer
Building Auditorium on St.
Augustine's College campus
on Thursday , August 11.
Construction and pro
fessional firms, and other ser
vice related businesses will
have the opportunity to have
their questions answered re
garding work availability and
qualification requirements by
representatives from EDA
and OMBE.
Additional information
is available by calling the
North Carolina Office of
Minority Business Enterprise
at 919733-2712.
MURDER
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from a car occupied by five
white men struck him and s
several other murders. Al
though there were massive
organizing efforts in the
black communities through
out the : state to convict the
alleged murderers, no charges
were brought. (
Johnson, once chairper- ,
son of the Youth Organizers
for Black Unity (YOBU), wa ,
a leader at the Greensboro
student protest where Willie
Grimes was killed ". when (.
National Guardsmen - fired
into a crowd of students.
"What props him (Joe
Judge) up?" Johnson asked
the crowd, "The sheriff props '
him up . . . the courts props
him up . . capitalism and
imperialism prop him up He '
continued, saying U. S. instk
tuions including the courts
are controlled by, "The
people who own the land and
factories," and that,
"working class people have a
right to control the land and
factories." Recounting the .
experiences of blacks during
slavery. Reconstruction and
'Jim CrowY; Johnson said,
"Now is the time for bur
people - to rise up , and .
struggle for self-determina-'
Hon." r - . . ,
Waverlean' ' Mangum,
spokesperson for the Durham ts ;
County African Liberation '
Support Committee, express
ed support for the boycott
and the peoples court. Call- ,
ing for better housing, food,
jobs and. work' benefits
(which probably will be issues
at . capitalism's '" trial), Ms.
Mangum said it is time for
justice to be done. "The way
this system holds up and let
Joe Judge get away with
killing Charlie Lee is the same
way the system will hold up
and kt him get away with :
killing one of. our family
she continued.
During the rally, three
young young women ' from
Whitakers performed a skit..
Dianne, Shirley and .Shirell,
Webb dramatized the fears
and. hope , !of the,
community. - ''
Charlie Lee's widow,
Mrs. Leola Lee, also spoke
briefly to the gathering. Re
cognizing that her interest
in the case is personal, she
said, "I have a personal de- ,
sire to see justice done be
cause "'what h appened to '
me and my three children,
could have . happened, to
anyone".
Gary Smith, acting chair-. ;
person of the People's Coali- '
t on for Justice saia uie j.
boycott would begin
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