Letter from Monroe to Phyllis Naidoo
Missile, women's clinic, NARAL (National Abortion Reproductive Rights Action League), BIBLE, SEXUAL HARASSMENT, Benham, Little Creek, State Bureau of Investigation, institutional Bigotry, Burnsville, Anthony Pride, Dr Martin Luther King, Black Mountain, national white supremacist movement, confederate Veterans, slave, N.C. Central Prison, Raleigh, civil rights, Poverty Law, neo-Nazi, Lyons, army, Northern Virginia, NAACP, RACISM, civic organization, Confederate battle flag, Southern heritage, license plate, Biesecker
20 September 1997
UKZN - Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre
I had never heard of Flip Benham before Saturday September 20, 1997 . In fact, I did not know who it was who was in my face speaking to me that Saturday. Saturday was my monthly turn as a volunteer escort at a women's clinic in Asheville, NC where among other services abortions are performed.
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