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[[image - black & white photograph of Senator Kennedy with group of people]]
[[caption]] [[cutoff]] put an end to a society where a man wears his color [[cutoff]] of inferiority." [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] Earl Graves representing Senator Kennedy at a meeting of prominent Bedford-Stuyvesant business and professional men.  Kennedy has been very active in improving conditions in Bedford-Stuyvesant by enlisting the support of both private enterprize and the Federal Government. [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] Senator Kennedy with Earl Graves his professional assistant and specialist on housing, health and narcotics abuse.  Graves has been on the Senator's staff for more than two years and was recently involved in arranging for Dr. King's funeral. [[/caption]]
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