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Volume I: Human Rights Commission Hearings, Testimony of Moseley, Jul 30, 1969 - Jul 30, 1969

ID:
679-01-01
Abstract
Testimony of Philharmonic Managing Director Carlos Moseley before the New York City Human Rights Commission regarding complaints brought by Earl Madison and Arthur Davis regarding discriminatory audition practices and hiring of the New York Philharmonic; Discussion among lawyers and commissioners to decide if records of other musicians who applied for openings in orchestra should be made public and/or available to complainants.
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