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A letter from University faculty member Stephen Hughes, written on January 8, 1969 to Rhody McCoy, Unit Administrator of Ocean Hill-Brownsville Demonstration School District in Brooklyn New York, to participate in the Symposium on Black America. Rhody McCoy responded on January 15, 1969 accepting the invitation to speak at the Symposium. After the Symposium Stephen Hughes wrote to Rhody McCoy on February 24, 1969 to give thanks for participating in the Symposium and included a check of payment. The last page is a poster created to showcase Rhody McCoy's talk at the University on Monday February 17 at Eight PM in 137 Bennett Hall continuing the series of the Symposium on Black America.
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Hughes, Stephen T. and McCoy, Rhody A., "Black Symposium_Correspondence between Stephen Hughes and Rhody McCoy on Participating in Symposium on Black America" (1969). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 116.