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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

Uploaded by: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

Uploaded by: El Paso Museum of History

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"Black Watch" Community Newsletter, 1973

"Black Watch", Vol. 1, No. 5. Nov. 1973

El Paso, Texas
Community oriented newsletter
Editor: Don L. Butts Jr.
Co-editor: Marvin Jefferson
Feature writer/poet: David Wayne
Cover Design: Don L. Butts Jr.


"Black Watch is a monthly Black community oriented newsletter. Black Watch is geared towards the Black Community of El Paso, to inform them of things of interest and concern. It is also a vehicle for exposing the literary talents that exist in our mists. Black Watch may offend some but the truth is sometimes hard to take. There are problems that exist in our community that the people should know about.

BLACK WATCH IS FOR THE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!"

Courtesy of Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

This object is currently on view in the El Paso Museum of History's newest exhibition Still We Rise: El Paso's Black Experience on view until January 2024.

Area: Central / Downtown

Contributor: Richard Jeffery of the West Texas Performing Arts Center

Source: El Paso Museum of History

Uploaded by: El Paso Museum of History

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