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"WHAT HAPPENED AFTER YOU DESEGREGATED THE WHITE SCHOOL?"

CHESLER, Mark

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Atlanta, GA: Southern Regional Council, Inc., 1967. First Edition. Small 4to. Printed stapled wraps. Trace toning at edges. Otherwise clean, well preserved. (Item ID: 15126)

An article which originally appeared in the Winter 1967 issue of New South magazine. The author condenses oral interviews with 20 different African American teenagers who were among the first members of their race to attend previously all-white public schools in the deep South into this report. An uncommon Civil Rights era publication from the Southern Regional Council. 14pp.



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