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A letter from Gerald Work, professor at UMaine, sent to five members of the community of the University to participate in a panel composed of students and faculty as part of a Symposium on Black America. The panel was to talk about views on race relations on campus and what the University support should be.
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Work, Gerald, "Black Symposium_ Letter from Gerald Work to Several People in regards to Participating in the the Symposium on Black America" (1968). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 117.