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Victor Solomon's paper, 'An Independent Board of Education for Harlem'.

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Title

Victor Solomon's paper, 'An Independent Board of Education for Harlem'.

Subject

Harlem CORE chairman, documents

Description

This is a copy of Victor Solomon's paper, 'An Independent Board of Education for Harlem' as published in Urban Affairs Review (the September 1968 issue). Solomon was one of the principal architects of Harlem CORE's proposal before the New York State Legislature to create an independent Board of Education for Harlem. This proposal would eventually evolve into the proposal accepted by the 1972 National Black Political Convention to create an all Black Board of Education. CORE would eventually create their own (short lived) community school in the late 1970's in the south Bronx.

Creator

Victor Solomon

Source

Urban Affairs Review, Sept . 1968

Publisher

Urban Affairs Review

Date

Sept. 1968

Rights

Victor Solomon

Format

text/pdf

Language

en

Type

text

Coverage

Harlem, 1968

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This is a copy of Victor Solomon's paper, 'An Independent Board of Education for Harlem' as published in Urban Affairs Review (the September 1968 issue). Solomon was one of the principal architects of Harlem CORE's proposal before the New York State Legislature to create an independent Board of Education for Harlem. This proposal would eventually evolve into the proposal accepted by the 1972 National Black Political Convention to create an all Black Board of Education. CORE would eventually create their own (short lived) community school in the late 1970's in the south Bronx.

Original Format

paper

Citation

Victor Solomon, "Victor Solomon's paper, 'An Independent Board of Education for Harlem'. ," in Harlem CORE, Item #70, http://harlemcore.com/omeka/items/show/70 (accessed July 27, 2017).