Board Meeting, [25] June 27, 1977, Citizens' Comments Jack Deino

Title

Board Meeting, [25] June 27, 1977, Citizens' Comments Jack Deino

Abstract

Jack Deino responds to Morris Topol's request that members of the community not come to the Village Hall on July 4th. He reads a speech that strongly opposes the Supreme Court decision allowing the neo-Nazi group to come to Skokie. He says that on the Fourth of July, "we should not let them come and make believers [of their hate speech] of us, we should all forget about our holiday plans and stop them from making believers of us, we should all block the streets off with our cars and push them back and make believers of them..."

Date

Village of Skokie. Board of Trustees
6/27/1977

Contributor

Skokie Village Board of Trustees, Skokie, IL
Deino, Jack
Topol, Morris
Skokie Public Library, Adult Audiobook-CD 977.311A, Disk 2, Track 4
Original recordings from Village of Skokie, Skokie, IL

Rights

In Copyright http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/

Format

Temporal Coverage

Duration

0:02:44

Files

Date Added
July 22, 2016
Collection
Attempted Nazi March in Skokie, 1977 and 1978, Digital Collection
Item Type
Sound
Tags
Citation
“Board Meeting, [25] June 27, 1977, Citizens' Comments Jack Deino,” Skokie History Digital Collections, accessed August 4, 2020, https://skokiehistory.omeka.net/items/show/327.