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Washington DC: GPO, 1970. pp. 333-477, lightly worn wraps. "Bills to assist school districts to meet special problems incident to desegregation in elementary and secondary schools and to provide financial assistance to improve education in racially impacted areas, and for other purposes."
Atlanta: and Robert F. Kennedy Memorial, 1973. Paperback. 83p., first printing, rear wrap stained. From the Foreword: "In a common concern for young people, the Southern Regional Council and the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial have joined together in publishing this report. It deals with one portion of the South's youth.....
Chicago: the Committee, 1964. 86p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrated with tables, figures, plans, rusting at staples otherwise a very good first edition booklet in stapled cream printed wraps. Laid in is "A Guide to the Study of the Report ..." prepared by members of the staff of the Chicago public schools".....
Chicago: American Friends Service Committee, March, 1963. handbill leaflet. Single sheet, 8.5x11 inches, mimeographed on both sides, all text, minor browning and staining in the margins. "The following steps are recommended to local government officials in whose community a racial change in occupancy has occurred in a previously all-white area...".....
Chicago: American Friends Service Committee, March, 1963. handbill leaflet. Single sheet, mimeographed on both sides, all text, minor staining in the margins. "The following steps were worked out by a suburban community in the Chicago area. The community has an official Human Relations Commission established by municipal ordinance, and a......
Dayton, OH: Dayton Baptist Temple, 1956. 36p., staplebound pamphlet, covers lightly soiled. "The true American Negro is not for integration. The true American white man is not for integration... Who is forcing it upon the American people?'" Obviously it's the Communists of the NAACP, out to destroy "God's plan."
New York: AMS Press, 1973. Hardcover. 156p., very good hardcover reprint of the 1918 edition. Antislavery novel by the Charleston, South Carolina-born, Brooklyn, New York-raised African American educator who was, among many other things, the first Black teacher in the Brooklyn school system.
Lisbon: Realização Grafica, 1961. Paperback. 107p., text in English, very good first edition self-published paperback in lightly-soiled wraps. "Notes concerning a possible Lusotropicology which would specialize in the systematic study of the ecological-social process of the integration in tropical environments of Portuguese, descendants of Portuguese and continuators of Portuguese."
Cleveland: The World Publishing Co., 1954. 266p., very good first edition stated in original gilt-decorated cloth and unclipped dj with a faint color-fade to spine and a tiny chip to rear panel. Lengthy personal inscription signed by Gold and date-lined year of publication in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where he was at.....
New York: Free Press, 2007. Hardcover. xiii, 477p., preface, introduction, conclusion, afterword, notes, index, 16p. glossy b&w photo section, vry good first edition, fuirst printing stated in quarter-cloth boards and unclipped bright dj. The crisis in Little Rock September 1957 when 9 African American students attempted to integrate Central High.....
New York: organization, . 4, 3p., 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets, plus 8.5x14 inch complaint form, staple-bound in upper left corner, very good condition, not found in OCLC. From the collection of a CORE lawyer who was assigned to Mississippi during Freedom Summer, this handout offers basic information on how to.....