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CORE study results.

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Title:
CORE study results.
Description:
This press release announces the results of a study done by the Boston Committee on Racial Equality (CORE). The study found that Boston schools were segregated and that predominately black schools were given unequal education facilities.
Creator:
Gartner, Alan
Creator:
Boston Congress of Racial Equality
Date:
[1963]
Format:
Documents
Genre:
press releases
Location:
Northeastern University Libraries
Collection (local):
Phyllis M. Ryan papers (M94)
Series:
Social Justice and Political Activities, 1959-1988
Subjects:
African Americans
Education
Massachusetts
Boston
Discrimination in education
Public schools
Race relations
Segregation in education
Congress of Racial Equality
Places:
MassachusettsSuffolk (county)Boston
Extent:
1 page
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Publisher:
Cambridge, Massachusetts : Boston Committee on Racial Equality
Notes (acquisition):
Donated by Phyllis M. Ryan
Language:
English