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A letter from Stephen Hughes, University of Maine, on January 6, 1969 inviting James Forman, member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), to participate in the Symposium on Black America hosted by the University. The letter gives details of a tentative date and plans for the Symposium and what the University intends to pay for Forman's participation in the event.
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Hughes, Stephen T., "Black Symposium_ Invitation Letter from Stephen Hughes to James Forman to the Symposium on Black America" (1969). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 99.