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Of Mozart and the waste of human excellence.

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Title:
Of Mozart and the waste of human excellence.
Description:
This short article from the February 5, 1964 edition of the Boston Congress of Racial Equality's newspaper Corespondent uses Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's life and death as a metaphor for civil rights and the necessity for quality education.
Publisher:
Corespondent
Date:
February 5, 1964
February 5, 1964
Format:
Newspapers
Location:
Northeastern University Libraries
Collection (local):
Frank J. Miranda papers (M112)
Subjects:
African Americans
Education
Massachusetts
Boston
Discrimination in education
Race relations
Congress of Racial Equality
Places:
MassachusettsSuffolk (county)Boston
Extent:
1 page
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Publisher:
Roxbury, Massachusetts : Boston Congress of Racial Equality
Notes (acquisition):
Donated by Frank Miranda.
Language:
English