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Speeches and Messages: 1968 (2 of 2)
|Title:||Speeches and Messages: 1968 (2 of 2)|
|Contributors:||90th Congress, 2nd Session.|
Inouye, Daniel K. USS. Hawaii.
Teehan, Jack. Office of Senator Daniel K. Inouye. Press Assistant.
|LC Subject Headings:||Protest movements|
African Americans--Social conditions
|Source:||Speeches, Box SP 2, Folder 5|
|Description:||This folder contains documentation of Senator Daniel K. Inouye's speeches at various events and various copies of Inouye's keynote address to the Democratic National Convention. In these speeches Inouye covers the topics of crime in America, African American mortality rates and historical injustices suffered by African Americans in America. He also talks about revolts, along with reasons why the voices asking for progress should not be silenced, or feared, and current legislation in 1968. Inouye also talks about the dangers of air pollution, oil spills and environmental damage.|
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