Florynce Kennedy speaks at Memorial Church in New York City

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Florynce Kennedy speaks at Memorial Church in New York City
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Flo (Florynce) Kennedy (1916-2000) speech given at "Memorial Church [New York City]" advocating peace activism. [Unclear from label of location--Judson Memorial Church? Memorial Baptist Church?] Theme of the meeting is "Swords into Plowshares." She promotes personal powers of the body, dollar, and vote to change the pathology of oppression and the oppressive system. She uses Queen Mother Moore, an elderly Black civil rights leader and friend of Kennedy's, as an illustration. First seven minutes of this recording difficult to listen to due to bleed-through/oxide loss during tape transfer.

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WBAI, 198?
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1 reel (17 min.) : 7 1/2 ips. stereo.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 198?
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