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A sign promoting registration for the Student Help Project

Martin Luther King, Jr. explains the barriers to employment opportunities for African Americans.

This flier calls for a one day school boycott in New York City on March 16, 1964. The boycott was part of a campaign for quality, integrated education and followed on the heels of a massive boycott on February 3rd, 1964, when more than 450,000…

This flier calls for a one day school boycott in New York City on March 16, 1964. The boycott was part of a campaign for quality, integrated education and followed on the heels of a massive boycott on February 3rd, 1964, when more than 450,000…

This flier calls for a one day school boycott in New York City on February 3rd, 1964. The boycott was part of a campaign for quality, integrated education. Civil Rights leaders Milton Galamison and Bayard Rustin, along with the NAACP and CORE, were…

This school assignment is by a student of Rosalind Andrews in Farmville, VA. It is a rare surviving example of work by pupils of the volunteer teachers of the Student Help Project during the summer of 1963.

This chart shows the administrative structure of the Student Help Project in Prince Edward County.

This report summarizes a phone conversation between Dr. Rachel Weddington (Queens College) and Reverend Griffin, in preparation for the Student Help Project going to Prince Edward County to teach African-American students.

This flier calls for a boycott of New York City's public schools to force desegregation.
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