Florida Sentinel Bulletin Collection
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The January 11, 1972, issue of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. Included are articles on crime news from the Tampa Bay Area; suspected corruption and embezzlement on the part of the late Liberian President William V.S. Tubman; the proclamation of Martin Luther King Jr., Day as a Florida holiday; local church and high school news; a televised fight between Joe Frazier and Terry Daniels; Marvin Gaye to perform at the First Annual Martin Luther King Birthday Commemoration Concerts; the National Urban League's endorsement of Rev. Jesse Jackson's plan for a coalition of civil rights leaders; as well as local and national sports news.
African American newspapers, African Americans, William Tubman, (1895-1971), Liberia. President (1944-1971 : Tubman), Martin Luther King, Jr., Day, Joe Frazier (1944-2011), Jesse Jackson (1941- ), National Urban League
Hillsborough County (Fla.); Tampa (Fla.); Liberia
"Florida Sentinel Bulletin, January 11, 1972" (1972). Florida Sentinel Bulletin Collection. 122.