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Black-and-white photograph of two children eating at the Free Breakfast Program run by Save the People at Education for Liberation Bookstore, Northeast Washington, D.C., circa 1974-1975. Nkenge Touré and her husband, Patrice Touré, founded Save the People (STP) in 1973 and ran the Education for Liberation Bookstore on 9th and H Street.
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[Title of the item]. Nkenge Touré papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. [DOI].