The Office of Roman Catholic Vicariate of the South Bronx

United Bronx Parents, Inc. Records, 1966-1989

Press release from Rev. Neil Connolly of the Office of Roman Catholic Vicariate of the South Bronx, expressing indignation over racism in Fort Apache/The Bronx film, April 19, 1980. The Committee Against Fort Apache was a coalition of twenty-five community organizations created to counter racist representations of Puerto Ricans and Blacks in the film "Fort Apache: The Bronx."


Date
April 19, 1980, Date accepted
Creator
United Bronx Parents
Location

Archdiocese of New York, 878 Tiffany St., Bronx, NY

Language
English
Document Type
Document: other
Identifier
UBP_b08_f07_386
Related Keywords
Activism, Church, Community, Films, Identity, Protests, Racism, Catholicism
Individuals or Organizations Mentioned
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York
Related Places
South Bronx (is referenced)
Citation
United Bronx Parents, Inc. Records, 1966-1989. The Office of Roman Catholic Vicariate of the South Bronx: UBP_b08_f07_386. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 14 Oct 2019.
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