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"The View from the Front of the Bus," Village Voice, September 5, 1963 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1963-1973).
"There's a New Man Under the Picket Sign," Village Voice, May 28, 1964.
"Atlantic City Postscript: The Thundering Silence of the Good People," Village Voice, September 3, 1964.
"Malcolm X: The Complexity of a Man in the Jungle," Village Voice, February 25, 1965 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1963-1973).
"Burying Malcolm X," Village Voice, March 4, 1965.
"The New Angry Mood of the Black Man," Village Voice, June 16, 1966.
"Ghetto Fight: Quality, Segregated Education," Village Voice, September 29, 1966.
"Powell: He Made THEM Sit Up for Quite a While," Village Voice, January 19, 1967.
"The Coming of King: A Charismatic Moment," Village Voice, June 22, 1967.
"The Bomb That Ticks in the Black Ghetto," Village Voice, July 6, 1967.
"Hippies in Newark: Loving a Ghetto," Village Voice, July 27, 1967.
"Radical Women:'We'd Rather Do It Ourselves,'" Village Voice, May 15, 1969.
"Reacting to Reparation: The Black Claim Is Just," Village Voice, June 19, 1969.
"Sir Adam: Like Lazarus, He Just Won't Lie Down," Village Voice, February 26, 1970.