How it is — From the October 1966 issue

My Home Is Watts

Johnie Scott, twenty, was born in the ward of a women’s prison. It was his impromptu speech, described below, which electrified this summer’ White House Conference on Civil Rights. Scott is a member of Budd Schulberg’s writing workshop at the Watts Happening Coffee House.

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