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Syracuse's only black taxi cab company owner alleges harassment
OwnerMargaret Williams
TitleSyracuse's only black taxi cab company owner alleges harassment
Date Original2/20/1985-3/6/1985
Date Digital6/1/2010
DescriptionJames E. Fuller contends he is being subjected to constant surveillance by the Syracuse Police and problems caused by competing cab companies because he is the only black owner of a taxi company in Syracuse.
LocationSyracuse
KeywordsTaxis ; discrimination ; Syracuse Police
Photographer/AuthorThe Syracuse Banner Vol. 6 No. 3. Reprinted by permission from the Impartial Citizen.
Digital PublisherBlack History Preservation Project
Digital Specifications3954 x 5581; 66,227,048 bytes; Quality - 24bit, RGB, 600ppi; image/tif; No Compression;
Format OriginalNewspaper article
Summon Content TypeNewspaper Article
Typetext
RightsMaterials in this collection are the property of aforementioned owner. Permission to use this image/item has been granted by owner to the Black History Preservation Project and its current and future partners.
LanguageEnglish
Collection NameBlack History Preservation Project
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