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Angela Davis, an internationally recognized author, scholar, and human rights activist, arrived late Wednesday night to the University of Maine's Memorial Gym, but the half hour delay was well worth the wait. Racism, repression and hate-violence were among the major subjcts Davis discussed, including the alledged racial attack in February against UMaine students Quester Hannah and Aaron Phillips.


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