impact of the black experience on higher education in New England

symposium lectures of the Department of Higher, Technical, & Adult Education 1969-70. by University of Connecticut. School of Education. in [Storrs

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  • African Americans -- New England.,
  • African Americans -- Education -- New England.

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StatementEditor: Glenn C. Atkyns.
SeriesOccasional paper of the School of Education, University of Connecticut
ContributionsAtkyns, Glenn Chadwick. ed.
The Physical Object
Pagination137p.
Number of Pages137
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Open LibraryOL16369759M

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