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Thursday, September 10, 1998

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  • Million Youth March and the Police

    In the week since the New York City police were deployed to break-up the Million Youth March in Harlem, New York, reaction has been heated throughout the country. New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani is defending the police action and Police Commissioner Howard Saffir continues to attack march organizer, Khallid Muhammad, for preaching hate. But some people say that it is in fact Mayor Giulianni’s hate rhetoric that fuelled Saturday’s police action.