Education Committee: Buffalo Public School Guided Talent Project
Scope and Contents
During the years 1963-1967, the Citizens' Council on Human Relations was organized and began to involve itself in the struggle to end discrimination in Buffalo. The organization files reflect this birth and the internal workings of the organization. Files on related organizations show the Citizens' Council on Human Relations' efforts to co-operate and work with other community action groups of Western New York. The files of the education, employment, and housing committees, with the corresponding news clippings, document the actions and issues the Citizens' Council on Human Relations participated in, particularly the Woodlawn Junior High School controversy.
- From the Collection: Citizens' Council on Human Relations (Buffalo, N.Y.) (Organization)
Terms of Access
The Citizens' Council on Human Relations Records are open for research.
From the Collection: 10.43 Linear Feet (24 manuscript boxes, 2 half manuscript boxes)
Language of Materials
From the Sub-Series: English