Black People’s Unity Movement (BPUM), “BPUM Liberator Returns Home / Fight Racism flyer,” Scarlet and Black Digital Archive
Double-sided flyer for a December 22, 1969, event with Charles “Poppy” Sharp, chairman of the Black People’s Unity Movement (BPUM) in Camden, sponsored by the United Black Front. The front of the flyer has an image of Sharp and event details. The back of the page reads “Fight Racism Support the Black Community” and tells Rutgers-Camden students to meet up at the front of the College Center 45 minutes before the event and walk to the Parkside Community Center together.
Black People’s Unity Movement (BPUM), “BPUM Liberator Returns Home / Fight Racism flyer,” Scarlet and Black Digital Archive, Rutgers University, accessed March 5, 2022, https://scarletandblack.rutgers.edu/archive/items/show/933.
“Liberator” Returns Home
Brother Charles “Poppy” Sharp,
See Him! Hear Him!
Monday December 22, 1969 7:30 P.M.
Parkside Community Center 1701 Park Blvd.
Camden, New Jersey
The United Black Front
THIS IS A CRITICAL POINT
IN CAMDEN’S HISTORY
YOUR SUPPORT AT THIS
TIME IS CRUCIAL
MEET: FRONT OF COLLEGE CENTER
TIME 6:45 MONDAY NIGHT DEC. 22
WE’LL GO TO
PARKSIDE COMMUNITY CENTER
Special Collections, Paul Robeson Library, Rutgers University-Camden
Black People's Unity Movement (BPUM)
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