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William M. Kunstler Renowned Civil Rights Attorney Will Appear in Texas Dec 8-12 on behalf of the TEXAS CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION As an attorney he has represented some famous clients: *Dr. Martin Luther King *The Southern Christian Leadership Conference *The Mississippi Freedom Democrats *Stokely Carmichael *The Congress of Racial Equality *The Ghandi Society for Human Rights *H. Rap Brown *The Black Panthers Mr. Kunstler is also special counsel to the Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc.; a cooperating attorney for the ACLU; and he is active in the Law Center for Constitutional Rights … He has never received fees for any of his civil rights cases. Of his work, he has said: “This is what I’ve staked my life onthis feeling that I have a skill, I have a profession that can be used in some way for social advancement, and I’m going to use it as I see fit.” The public is invited to hear Mr. Kunstler’s talks in the following cities: * DALLAS-FT. WORTH-DENTON Dec. 8 7:30 p.m. The Cibola Inn 1601 East Division Arlington, Texas EL PASO Dec. 9 8:45 p.m. Cocktails at 6 p.m. Rodeway Inn 6201 Gateway West SAN ANTONIO Dec. 10 8:30 p.m. El Tropicano 110 Lexington AUSTIN Dec. 11 8 p.m. The Unitarian Church 4700 Grover HOUSTON Dec. 12 8 p.m. Elks Lodge Hall 820 Crawford “A Fair Trial and the Free Press” “Free Speech in the Academic Community” “Repression: An American Heritage” “The Lawlessness of the Jury in Conscience Cases” “Rap Brown-Patrick Henry: One and the Same?” TCLU Chapters in these cities are planning dinners and/or cocktail parties to precede the speeches. For more information as to time and place, contact the following: Dallas-Fort Worth: Mrs. Mary Martin, Arlington, AC 817 261-8821 El Paso: Dr, Melvin Straus, AC 915 553-8361 San Antonio: Mrs. Nancy Mottweiler, AC 512 344-7861 Austin: Mrs. Helen Spear, HO 5-1805 Houston: Mrs. Jane Gross, AC 713 NA 2-2900