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14th annual settlement fall conference speech on community control of community services.
1964: Education's time for action* : An address by Francis Keppel, U.S. Commissioner of Education, Department of Health,...
Acceptance speech at Biltmore Hotel, New York for award.
An act to eliminate or reduce racial imbalance in the public schools of the commonwealth.
Additional statement on the proposed Boston school stayout.
Address to Boston Clergy on May 18th.
An appeal for a solution to the segregation problem in the Boston Public Schools.
April 23 for Martin Luther King and Boston.
Background material : Freedom Schools.
Ballad of the Landlord.
The basis for N.A.A.C.P. activity concerning public education in Boston.
Because it's right - educationally : Report of the advisory committee on racial imbalance and education.
Biographical data Noel A. Day.
A bird's eye view from within - as we see it.
Boston Clergy to announce response to racial crisis.
Boston conference on religion and race.
Boston Freedom Schools freedom diploma.
Boston school boycott 100 percent successful, February 28, 1964.
Boston school boycotted in 1840s.
Boston theologians support school stayout.
Brookline Committee on Civil Rights newsletter.
"Busing: The point at issue" : A WEEI special report.
Bussing in Boston.
Canon James Breeden's statement to the School Committee.
Catholic schools urged to add black teachers.
Child and teacher : Freedom Stay Out Day in Boston Public Schools.
Citizens for Human Rights : Chart and information sheet of member organizations in the greater Boston area working for human...
Citizens for the Boston Schools Bulletin, February, 1967.
Civil rights leaders commend Lexington to Boston march.
Clergy meeting on racial imbalance: Tuesday, June 1, 1965.
Comment by Mayor Collins regarding the controversy between the School Committee and the NAACP Education Committee.
Copy of telegram sent to : Mayor Collins and Governor Peabody.
CORE study results.
De facto segregation : Extreme racial imbalance is crippling our children.
De facto segregation.
De facto segregation in public schools : A position paper for the guidance of Jewish communities and agencies.
De facto segregation in the Boston Public Schools.
Death at an early age.
Defend the children march for freedom.
The dilemma of Boston schools : The declining state of public education in Boston and the challenge facing school administration.
Distribution of white and non-white pupils in the public schools : October 1, 1965 census.
Dr. King's schedule for Thursday, April 22.
Dr. Martin Luther King says that the Freedom Vigil may be the salvation of Boston.
Ecumenical service to be held in front of School Committee headquarters, Sunday P.M.
Endorsement statement of Allston-Brighton clergy.
A fact of life and a fact of law.
Fact sheet : Freedom Stay Out days in the Boston Public Schools, February 26.
Fact sheet : Freedom stay-out day in the Boston public schools.
Fact sheet : Freedom stayout day in Boston public schools.
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