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Three to see

The activist sisterhood

Laura Whitehorn Laura Whitehorn (SONJA DEVRIES)
By Alex Spanko
Globe Correspondent / February 16, 2010

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Safiya Bukhari was a premed student in Brooklyn in the 1960s when her sorority traveled to Harlem to help local black youth. That one act of community spirit - spurred by the burgeoning idea that young blacks didn’t have to travel to Africa to support the black diaspora - launched a career of activism that led her to the Black ... (Full article: 576 words)

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