Detroit Revolutionary Movements Records

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Box 2, Folder 10 and Box 4, Folder 6 of the physical records are closed from access. Due to conservation measures on source materials, this collection is only available on microfilm or electronic copy.
8.5 linear feet (17 MB), 17 microfilm reels

The Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement was formed in May, 1968 at the Chrysler
Dodge Main Plant in Hamtramck, Michigan. Among those active in its founding
were General Baker, Mike Hamlin, John Watson, Ron March, Luke S. Tripp, Jr.,
Kenneth Cockrel, John Williams and Charles J. Wooten.

The collection has multiple parts. Part one primarily covers the Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement (DRUM) and the League of Revolutionary Black Workers (LRBW). Part two primarily covers the Communist Labor Party.

Subjects include: Detroit Revolutionary Union Movements (DRUM); ELRUM; League of Revolutionary Black Workers; black power; plant safety; Motor City Labor League; CLP; DRUM

Available on microfilm and digital copy. Please access our ArchivesSpace resource record (Finding Aid View) for direct access to digital files. Detroit Revolutionary Movements Records

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