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This folder contains press releases and copies of speeches given in California by Senator John F. Kennedy during his 1960 presidential campaign. Materials include remarks on civil rights at a meeting of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), and a statement by Senator Kennedy in response remarks made by former Presi...
This folder contains remarks given by Senator John F. Kennedy at an NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) rally discussing the importance of civil rights and equality for all citizens.
Materials in this folder include a petition sponsored by the Baltimore, Maryland chapter of CORE (Committee on Racial Equality) signed in support of civil rights and the Freedom Riders; a report titled, “Racism within Organized Labor: A Report of Five Years of the AFL-CIO, 1955-1960;” a memorandum by Roy Wilkins, Executive Secretary for the Nationa...
Materials in this folder include a newspaper article, a summary of existing civil rights programs within the Executive Branch, a proposal for an expanded legislative civil rights platform, correspondence between President Kennedy and civil rights representatives, a draft of President John F. Kennedy’s speech to representatives from the National Ass...
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