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Volume II: Human Rights Commission Hearings, Testimony of Moseley and Walton, Aug 1, 1969 - Aug 1, 1969

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679-01-02
Abstract
Testimony of Philharmonic Managing Director Carlos Moseley before the New York City Human Rights Commission regarding discriminatory audition and hiring practices of the New York Philharmonic; Testimony by Ortiz Walton, first black musician hired by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, about experiences during probationary tenure with BSO from 1957-1962 ; Statements by Ortiz Walton regarding the qualifications of complainants Earl Madison and Arthur Davis.
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