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The Quorum was a coffee house in New Orleans, known as a model for multicultural exchange in the politically and racially charged atmosphere of the 1960s. It became a frequent target of segregationist harassment in New Orleans after it opened to persons from all racial backgrounds in 1963. In 1964, police raided The Quorum in 1964 and arrested 73 people charges such as "playing guitars out of tune." Many musicians, poets and artists spent time at The Quorum including Jerry Jeff Walker.

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  • The Quorum was a coffee house in New Orleans, known as a model for multicultural exchange in the politically and racially charged atmosphere of the 1960s. It became a frequent target of segregationist harassment in New Orleans after it opened to persons from all racial backgrounds in 1963. In 1964, police raided The Quorum in 1964 and arrested 73 people charges such as "playing guitars out of tune." Many musicians, poets and artists spent time at The Quorum including Jerry Jeff Walker.
  • The Quorum was a coffee house in New Orleans, known as a model for multicultural exchange in the politically and racially charged atmosphere of the 1960s. It became a frequent target of segregationist harassment in New Orleans after it opened to persons from all racial backgrounds in 1963. In 1964, police raided The Quorum and arrested 73 people with charges such as "playing guitars out of tune." Many musicians, poets and artists spent time at The Quorum including Jerry Jeff Walker.
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  • The Quorum was a coffee house in New Orleans, known as a model for multicultural exchange in the politically and racially charged atmosphere of the 1960s. It became a frequent target of segregationist harassment in New Orleans after it opened to persons from all racial backgrounds in 1963. In 1964, police raided The Quorum in 1964 and arrested 73 people charges such as "playing guitars out of tune." Many musicians, poets and artists spent time at The Quorum including Jerry Jeff Walker.
  • The Quorum was a coffee house in New Orleans, known as a model for multicultural exchange in the politically and racially charged atmosphere of the 1960s. It became a frequent target of segregationist harassment in New Orleans after it opened to persons from all racial backgrounds in 1963. In 1964, police raided The Quorum and arrested 73 people with charges such as "playing guitars out of tune." Many musicians, poets and artists spent time at The Quorum including Jerry Jeff Walker.
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