Black Autonomy Network Community Organization records
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Organization created by Baptist minister Reverend Edward Pinkney to fight economic and social injustice in Benton Harbor, Michigan. Pinkney was convicted of two controversial voter fraud charges related to his work with the Black Autonomy Network Community Organization. Includes correspondence, news articles, court documents, protest fliers, protests signs, religious writings, website captures, and photos. Also contains a copy of the 2006 documentary, What’s going on in Benton Harbor? : The Trial of Reverend Pinkney.
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