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[Unknown Speaker 1]

the next speaker, will be Mr. James Baldwin, who will be introduced to you by our executive

executive secretary Mr. James Foreman.

But, previous to this I would like to make a few announcements, which, have been handed to me.

Number one: those, who, at this time, do not have housing,

can go downstairs immediately after Mr. Baldwin speaks,

to secure housing.

And number two:

that, there is, a conference folder, belonging to Joyce Latina, which she has lost

and which contains something valuable in it, and would you please be honest, as we all know you are, and return them.

Also, I would like, for each and every one of us, to look at the

sheets, in the, folders, concerning the workshops, and let us see where our workshop is scheduled,

so that after dinner we can go directly to the workshops.

Without, any other comment I would, like to, have, Mr. Foreman introduce Mr. Baldwin.

{SPEAKER name="James Forman"}
This has fallen in my lap, because primarily, Baldwin was down in Selma, Alabama, when we had a very intensive voting campaign.

Chico [Nettbit?] is here. And I would like for Chico to stand, because he was beaten by the cops and

Mr. Baldwin was looking on at that particular time.

Also, [Aibree?] Williams, is he here?

Cause, in the midds of an intensive voting registration campaign,

in the face of two FBI, four FBI agents, two Justice Department officials,

these people were beaten by Sheriff County,

rather, the County of Dallas, Dallas County Sheriff Jim Clark.

Chico? And where's [Aibree?] Williams? Is he here?

I think it's important that we understand some of the difficulties that all the workers are going through.

Baldwin was in Selma on-

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