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      • Brief Biography Frank Joyce was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1941. His family soon thereafter relocated to Berkeley, Michigan and later to Royal Oak, Michigan. Joyce was a prominent New Left activist in Detroit throughout the 1960s, involved in civil rights and anti-war movements, among others.
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  1. Frank Joyce, October 17th, 2016 · Detroit Historical Society ...

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    Brief Biography Frank Joyce was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1941. His family soon thereafter relocated to Berkeley, Michigan and later to Royal Oak, Michigan. Joyce was a prominent New Left activist in Detroit throughout the 1960s, involved in civil rights and anti-war movements, among others.

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