Corporations: A FIGHT in Color

During Eastman Kodak Co.'s annual meeting last week in Flemington, N.J., 600 demonstrators paraded quietly outside the local high school. "Kodak is out of focus," read one placard. "The poor will win," proclaimed another. Attending the meeting briefly, the demonstration's leader, Negro Clergyman Franklin Delano Roosevelt Florence, 33, stalked angrily out, thundering: "This is not a meeting of stockholders. This is a meeting of racists." All the rancor obscured the fact that the company did record business during 1967's first quarter.

As the biggest employer in Rochester, N.Y. (pop. 300,000), Kodak has been under fire for months from a militant...

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