Fact sheet : Freedom stay-out day in the Boston public schools.
- Fact sheet : Freedom stay-out day in the Boston public schools.
This document provides a guide to frequently-asked-questions about the Freedom Stay-out Day that took place in June 1963 following the Boston School Committee failing to meet demands the NAACP had presented them at a school committee meeting.
- Brookline Committee for Civil Rights
[June 13, 1963–June 18, 1963]
- Northeastern University Libraries
- Collection (local):
Phyllis M. Ryan papers (M94)
Social Justice and Political Activities, 1959-1988
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Donated by Phyllis M. Ryan