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Quotation by June Jordan
I can't think of a single supposedly Black issue that hasn't wasted the original Black target group and then spread like the measles to outlying white experience.
June Jordan (b. 1936), African American poet, essayist, and social critic. On Call, ch. 4 (1985).
Written in 1982, with reference to such problems as drug abuse and unwed teenage pregnancy.
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