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 Taylor Report 
 Norman Otis Richmond, Veteran black activist, bluesologist
 Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) 
In the late 1950s there were several individuals who began to organize the regular, nearly segregationist, institutions of Toronto. We need to remember them and the price they paid. When Geore("segregation today, segregation, tomorrow, segregation forever") Wallace was permitted to speak at Maple Leaf Gardens, Daniels and Clarke led a contingent of picketers. Clarke was knocked to the ground by a Wallace deputy. Norman Richmond remembers these anti-racist fighters from our past.
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 Interview with Norman Otis Richmond Download Program Podcast
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00:20:47 English 2019-02-11
 Toronto, Ontario
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