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Action letter.

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Title:
Action letter.
Description:
This document is a letter sent to supporters of the Congress of Racial Equality alerting them to action CORE needed help with. After the Racial Imbalance Act of 1965 was passed, many bills that would repeal or limit it were put up in the next few years. In this letter CORE explains the various bills that have been written and asks for support in calling senators and telling them not to support these bills.
Author:
Young, John
Date:
March 3, 1967
Format:
Letters/Correspondence
Location:
Northeastern University Library
Collection (local):
Frank J. Miranda papers (M112)
Subjects:
Civil rights
Massachusetts
Boston
Demonstrations
Segregation in education
Law and legislation
Congress of Racial Equality
Places:
MassachusettsSuffolk (county)Boston
Extent:
1 page
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Publisher:
Roxbury, Massachusetts : Greater Boston Congress of Racial Equality
Notes (acquisition):
Donated by Frank Miranda.
Language:
English