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Letters regarding members of the Martin Luther King Union at UMaine, feel a lack of support in the state of Maine. They proposed a "Black in Maine, Getting Together" meeting to bring the statewide Black community together.
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McNeil, Donald R., "Letters from Martin Luther King Student Union to Chancellor Donald R. McNeil" (1971). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 109.