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Civil Rights School Integration

There was only scattered attendance in this room of the Cummins Elementary School in Cincinnati, as the result of a one-day boycott called by civil rights groups, in protest of alleged de facto segregation in Cincinnati public schools, Feb. 11, 1964. The teacher, whose name was not disclosed, said about half her class was absent. The school is in a predominantly black neighborhood. (AP Photo)

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February 11, 1964 12:00:00 AM
January 11, 2011 02:25:19 PM
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Human rights and civil liberties, Education, Social issues, Social affairs
Sitting Childhood Education Learning Classroom Teacher
Cincinnati, OHIO, United States
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