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[[Top clipping]] "A Voteless People Is A Hopeless People" [[written in nearby,[[underlined]]Sept 22-1956[[underlined]]]] [[Photo of African American women standing in line with posters encouraging people to vote]] The San Francisco chapter of the National Council of Negro Women launched their Citizenship Education project here last week with a motorcade which toured the streets urging citizens to vote. Some of the women who participated in the motorcade are shown above with their placards. Left to right, are Mesdames Lurline White, Sally Edwards, Lulu Carter, Illa Buckner, Beulah Staton, Eddye Keaton Williams, Margaret Buford, Cathryn Williams,, Esther Wise and Dola Miller, II. The project is being sponsored in 8 major cities jointly by the NCNW and the National Urban League. -Cox Studio Photo[[written below the article, Frances Albrier Pres.]] [[lower clipping]] NCNW Begins City-Wide Poject For Citizenship Education [[written after title, S.F. INDEPENDENT Aug 30, 1956]] By JEAN WELCHER Because the struggle for equal rights and full citizenship are meaningless unless all persons assume the full responsibilities of such citizenship, the National Council of Negro Women has embarked on a city-wide educational project to work towards this ideal. [[written in the bottom right corner, 1010.60.1.8]]
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