‘Our Schools Are Close to Us’: Will Loss of Indian Schools Mean Loss of Identity?

Record Number: 
119
Citation: 

Bledsoe, Jerry.  “‘Our Schools Are Close to Us’: Will Loss of Indian Schools Mean Loss  of Identity?”  Greensboro Daily News 19 Jan. 1971: A9.

Annotation: 

Discusses the desegregation plan and double voting.  A third of all Indian college students are Lumbee, and half of all Indian public school teachers. 

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yes
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