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A pamphlet, produced by the Finance Commission of Boston, listing 107 (of over 1000) recommendations suggested by "The Strayer Report.” Accomplishments occurred in the ten years after the survey’s publication.

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This article is published in MOSAIC's Spring 1985 edition. Students look back on their experiences with desegregation in Boston schools and in particular, busing.

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Flyer calling for a student gathering in protest of Phase II and in support of a student generated petition.

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This drawing served as the cover for "The Sun," a small publication by a church based in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston. The sketching depicts a Bible, tree, American flag, and the sun with a cross. A copy of "The Sun" was sent to Judge…

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Flyer handed out at Hyde Park High School calling for action against Phase II citing overcrowding of the cafeteria.

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This cartoon from the Mass Media, the University of Massachusetts Boston's weekly student newspaper, satirizes the untimeliness of desegregation in Boston by juxtaposing it alongside locations of notable activism during the Civil Rights Movement.

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This card was sent to Judge Garrity to notify him of mass services held "for [his] welfare and intentions" at St. Anthony Shrine.

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These two letters were sent between Louise Day Hicks and a resident of Dorchester. The latter writes to Hicks to express appreciation for Hick's public acknowledgement of Christian faith. The author goes on to ask Hicks to "extend grace to the Black…

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These materials were sent between Louise Day Hicks and a reverend affiliated with Boston College. The Reverend wishes blessings upon Hicks for her opposition to school desegregation.

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These two letters were sent between Louise Day Hicks and a resident of Wrentham. The latter writes to Hicks to express appreciation for Hick's organization of R.O.A.R. The author acknowledges the many religious leaders who have spoken out against the…
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