Don't Buy Hollywood Racism!

United Bronx Parents, Inc. Records, 1966-1989

Committee Against Fort Apache flyer promoting a community protest at the Gemini Theater against the showing of Fort Apache, The Bronx, a crime-drama film, Bronx, NY, February 6-8, 1981. The Committee Against Fort Apache was a coalition of twenty-five community organizations created to counter racist representations of Puerto Ricans and Blacks in the film "Fort Apache: The Bronx."


Date
February 6 – 8, 1981, Date accepted
Creator
United Bronx Parents
Language
Document Type
Document: leaflets
Identifier
UBP_b08_f07_384
Related Keywords
Activism, Community-based organizations, Films, Identity, Protests, Racism
Related Places
South Bronx (is referenced)
Citation
United Bronx Parents, Inc. Records, 1966-1989. Don't Buy Hollywood Racism!: UBP_b08_f07_384. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 16 Apr 2021.
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