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August 08, 1963

STATEMENT [FROM MAO ZEDONG] APPEALING THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD TO UNITE AGAINST THE RACIAL DISCRIMINATION OF AMERICAN IMPERIALISM [AND TO] SUPPORT BLACK AMERICANS' OPPOSITION OF RACISM

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    At the request of Robert F. Williams, a former NAACP leader who fled to Cuba, Mao condemns racism against black Americans in the United States. He discusses several notable events in the American civil rights movement, from the Little Rock Crisis of 1957 to the then-upcoming March on Washington, and calls on "enlightened people of all races around the world" to support the struggle of black Americans.
    "Statement [from Mao Zedong] Appealing the People of the World to Unite against the Racial Discrimination of American Imperialism [and to] Support Black Americans' Opposition of Racism," August 08, 1963, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Gang er si Wuhan daxue zongbu et al, eds., Mao Zedong sixiang wansui (Long Live Mao Zedong Thought), vol. 5 (1961-1968) (Wuhan, internal circulation, May 1968): 59-60. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/240255
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