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Title Race relations In the South department of records and research
Reference CULR-Series3, Sub-series 6.F, Box 168, Folder 1817
Library University of Illinois at Chicago Library, Special Collections
Collection Name Chicago Urban League Records
Collection Overview This collection primarily contains materials generated or collected by the Chicago Urban League. It documents the history, leadership, activities, social services provided by and the mission of the Chicago Urban League. Series 3, the Research and Planning series, contains information about social services available to African Americans between 1935 and the 1980s, including services involving reproductive health, youth services, social problem case, welfare services, general health and access to hospitals, issues related to the aging and those with mental illness.
Series Description Series 3: Research and Planning, Subseries 6: Community Organization and Race Relations, Sub-Subseries 6.F: Race Relations
Date 12 Mar 1964
Publisher Information Tuskegee Institute Press, Tuskegee, AL
Document Type Report; Pamphlet
Theme(s) Police and Community Relations; Protest and Race Riots
Keywords racial tensions, rights, civil rights, legislation, government, training, discrimination, unemployment, housing, legal cases, segregation, busing, politics, arrests, community protest, religion, university, racial violence, police brutality, police, riots
People King, Martin Luther, Jr
Organisations/Associations National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); Congress of Racial Equality (CORE); National Urban League (NUL)
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