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Report on the Ad Hoc Committee Against Discrimination's demonstration against racist hiring practices at the Sheraton Palace Hotel, San Francisco. Features audio of Joseph Sullivan, President of the Hotel Employers of San Francisco at a press conference; comedian and activist Dick Gregory addressing the protesters; Tracy Sims (now Tamam Tracy Moncur), organizer and spokesperson for the protest, announces the Committee's victory. Burton White reads the full text of the agreement between the Hotel Employers of San Francisco and the Ad Hoc Committee Against Discrimination over phone. Produced by John Whiting from recordings made by Scott Keech, Marilyn Schaefer, Al Silbowitz and Burton White. Narration by Burton White and Scott Keech.
Master Sound Mono 1/4 inch audio tape
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Discrimination in employment--California--San Francisco Sullivan, Joseph Gregory, Dick Moncur, Tamam Tracy White, Burton
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