Black Quotidian: Everyday History in African-American NewspapersMain MenuIntroductionJanuary - Archived PostsFebruary - Archived PostsMarch - Archived PostsApril - Archived PostsMay - Archived PostsJune - Archived PostsJuly - Archived PostsAugust - Archived PostsSeptember - Archived PostsOctober - Archived PostsNovember - Archived PostsDecember - Archived PostsInvitation to ContributeBlack Newspaper Resources OnlineProject Motivation and MethodologyMatthew F. Delmont01529ec942d3dadc44eb5d89f6fd4cc939ac378a
January 9, 1971
1media/NYA 1-9-71.jpg2017-01-09T14:04:16-08:00Matthew F. Delmont01529ec942d3dadc44eb5d89f6fd4cc939ac378a3851plain2017-01-09T14:04:16-08:00Matthew F. Delmont01529ec942d3dadc44eb5d89f6fd4cc939ac378aOn January 9, 1971, the last page of the New York Amsterdam Newscarried a notice that Bronx Women's Liberation Health Committee and Fordham Hospital were offering free exams to detect breast and uterine cancer. "I hope every woman in the area will take advantage of this life-saving opportunity," Dr. Marcelle Bernard said.
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