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With the 1970s box-office success of black action films — known within the industry as ‘‘blaxploitation’’ pictures—Brown began writing movie soundtracks, scoring such features as Slaughter’s Big RipOff and Black Caesar. James Brown may have been one of the biggest pop stars in the world—the marquees labeled him ‘‘Minister of New New Super Heavy Funk’’—but he was not immune to trouble. 5 million in taxes from 1969-70, and many of his other investments collapsed. His band quit after a punishing tour of Africa, and most tragically, his son Teddy died in an automobile accident.

There the Browns began a newspaper, the British Chronicle. Not finding life in New York to their liking, they moved in 1843 to Toronto, Canada, where they established a Presbyterian newspaper, the Banner. A year later the younger Brown founded the Globe, a political journal designed to appeal to the residents of Toronto and the Protestant rural area in the western part of the province. In this newspaper Brown began to expound the views that made him a power in politics: dissatisfaction with the system of equal representation in the legislature for the French-and English-speaking parts of the province and the favoring of its replacement by ‘‘representation by population’’ (‘‘rep.

Alva Stewart’s article on ‘‘The Charlotte Hawkins Brown Memorial Historic Site—Remembering the History of Black Education,’’ Wilson Library Bulletin (October 1989); Constance Marteena’s The Lengthening Shadow of a Woman (1977); The Negro Almanac—A Reference on the African American, Fifth Edition (1989); and the Encyclopedia of Black America (1981) are the best sources available at this time. Additional unpublished information is available through the Department of Cultural Resources, Historic Sites Section, Raleigh, North Carolina.

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