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Civil Rights


Higher Education | Race and Ethnicity | United States History



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Letters regarding the formation of a University of Maine blanket non-discrimination policy draft in light of the Civil Rights movement. Assistant Chancellor Stanley L. Freeman, on April 24, 1970, wanted President Winthrop C. Libby's comments and suggestions on the statement. President Libby states on April 28, 1970, areas where the University of Maine does not comply to the blanket non-discrimination policy draft. Ronald Banks, Assistant to President Libby, on April 28, 1970, gives the final policy on discrimination statement.


Scanned from items in the Office Of The President (University Of Maine) Records, UA RG 0003.007, Box 25, Folder 13.


UA RG_0003_007_b0025_f13_03

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Correspondence between Assistant Chancellor Stanley L. Freeman and President Winthrop Libby on Draft of Discrimination Policy



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