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Statement of Concern : Our children must come first.

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Title:
Statement of Concern : Our children must come first.
Description:
This press release details where the Urban League, a social work group in Roxbury, has identified key issues in education funding and allocations. They use this paradigm to explain the current state of schools and how the district has used funding to segregate schools.
Author:
Lewis, Toye Brown
Publisher:
New Urban League of Greater Boston
Date:
August 15, 1969
Format:
Documents
Genre:
press releases
Location:
Northeastern University Library
Collection (local):
Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity, Inc. records (M101)
Series:
Administration
Subjects:
African Americans
Education
Massachusetts
Boston
Civil rights
Discrimination in education
Segregation in education
Urban League of Greater Boston
Lewis, Toye Brown
Places:
MassachusettsSuffolk (county)Boston
Extent:
4 pages
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Publisher:
Roxbury, Massachusetts : New Urban League of Boston
Notes (acquisition):
Donated by the Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity, Inc. records.
Language:
English