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Black Advocates for Quality Education statement (1973)

Among the groups agitating for educational equality was Black Advocates for Quality Education, a group drawn from Freedom House members and conceived as an informational and planning resource for educational activists. One of its principal members was Muriel Snowden, co-founder of Freedom House and the mother of a daughter in the Boston School system.
From the Freedom House records.

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