Aileen Hernandez, former President of the National Organization for Women, and founder of the Black Women Organized for Action, gives a brilliant presentation of the problems, triumphs, and realities of life for Black women in the USA. Opens with Joyce Carol Thomas reading "A Poem for Black Women." Hernandez is introduced by Margaret Sloan. Venue of speech unknown.
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