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Human Rights Commission, Jan 1, 1967 - Apr 11, 1973

ID:
013-02-15
Abstract
1967 Annual report of the New York City Commission on Human Rights; Materials including newspaper clippings and reports regarding radical bias and civil rights case brought by Arthur Davis and Earl Madison before New York City Commission on Human Rights; Leonard Bernstein's statement on the cocktail party held at his home to benefit the Black Panthers; Article, "The Symphony Circuit: It's Still Segregated", in the Village Voice, May 1969; List of auditions; Staff report on human rights case; Report to subscribers by Amyas Ames regarding racial bias and case brought to the Human Rights Commission; Newspaper article on black conductors, March 1970
Project Funder
  • Leon Levy Foundation
Preferred Citation
Human Rights Commission, 1 Jan 1967 - 11 Apr 1973, Folder 013-02-15, Operations/Orchestra Services Records, New York Philharmonic Leon Levy Digital Archives.
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