Junius Williams Notes from Meeting at Louise Epperson’s House (Jan. 3, 1968)

Notes taken by Junius Williams, head of the Newark Area Planning Association (NAPA), during a meeting at the home of Committee Against Negro and Puerto Rican Removal leader Louise Epperson's house. NAPA and the Committee Against Negro and Puerto Rican Removal led the charge to develop an alternate plan for the College of Medicine and Dentistry that would have originally displaced approximately 20,000 Black and Puerto Rican residents of the Central Ward. -- Credit: Junius Williams Collection

Notes taken by Junius Williams, head of the Newark Area Planning Association (NAPA), during a meeting at the home of Committee Against Negro and Puerto Rican Removal leader Louise Epperson’s house. NAPA and the Committee Against Negro and Puerto Rican Removal led the charge to develop an alternate plan for the College of Medicine and Dentistry that would have originally displaced approximately 20,000 Black and Puerto Rican residents of the Central Ward. — Credit: Junius Williams Collection