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Statement of Purpose : Black Advocates for Quality Education.

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Title:
Statement of Purpose : Black Advocates for Quality Education.
Description:
The Black Advocates for Quality Education was a group that got together in the early 1970s in Boston to work on the educational needs of the Boston black community. This document gives their statement of purpose and the different areas they plan on working in.
Creator:
Black Advocates for Quality Education
Date:
April 12, 1973
Format:
Documents
Genre:
minutes (administrative records)
Location:
Northeastern University Libraries
Collection (local):
Freedom House, Inc. records (M16)
Series:
Programs
Subjects:
African Americans
Education
Massachusetts
Boston
Civil rights
Demonstrations
Discrimination in education
Places:
MassachusettsSuffolk (county)Boston
Extent:
1 page
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Publisher:
Weston, Massachusetts : Black Advocates for Quality Education
Notes (acquisition):
Donated by Muriel S. And Otto P. Snowden.
Language:
English