July 13, 1963
“Today, it is a little different,” the Defender wrote. “The Negroes of Cambridge make their stand at Cambridge. Gloria Richardson does not need to go North or lead her followers North. They stay, they sit, they stand, they block, they use their fists if need be, and there has been stronger recourse than this.”
For more on Gloria Richardson, see her essay “Focus on Cambridge” from 1964 and this 2013 interview from Democracy Now!