[The Minister, the Public School Crisis, and the Louisville Desegregation Program]
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Dr. Carmichael and Mr. McGill give presentations on the minster and the public school crisis. Dr. Carmichael discusses the program of desegregation in Louisville while Mr. McGill talks about the past and the hope of the future in education.
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Carmichael and McGill, Ralph Emerson, "[The Minister, the Public School Crisis, and the Louisville Desegregation Program]" (1959). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 90.
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