106 results found for: subject:"Public schools--Massachusetts--Boston"

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1949

Hood, Otis A.

Safeguard our children: Boston's greatest wealth A letter from Otis A. Hood for School Committee

Boston (Mass.) - Pamphlet for Communist candidate for Boston School Board, criticizing use of schools for war propaganda.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1949

Hood, Otis A.

Elect Otis A. Hood to the Boston School Committee

Boston (Mass.) - Card supporting election of Communist candidate for Boston School Committee, advocating peace, job security, racial equality, labor, and new school buildings.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1939

Otis A. Hood Campaign Committee . Research Department

Facts about the Boston Public Schools

Boston (Mass.) - Pamphlet on public schools issued by Otis A. Hood, Communist candidate for School Board.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1968 Sept. 30

Simon, Peter, 1947-

African American boy in front of a poster of Stokely Carmichael, the Liberation School

Boston (Mass.) - From a series of photographs labeled "Liberation School photo essay -- Black is beautiful." The Liberation School was set up as an alternative to white-dominated schools in Boston in the fall 1968. Simmering disputes between teachers (with African American community members) over the curriculum and governance led a group of six teachers from the Gibson School in Roxbury... more

Peter Simon Collection

1968 Sept. 30

Simon, Peter, 1947-

Young girl with her artwork, the Liberation School

Boston (Mass.) - From a series of photographs labeled "Liberation School photo essay -- Black is beautiful." The Liberation School was set up as an alternative to white-dominated schools in Boston in the fall 1968. Simmering disputes between teachers (with African American community members) over the curriculum and governance led a group of six teachers from the Gibson School in Roxbury... more

Peter Simon Collection

1968 Sept. 30

Simon, Peter, 1947-

Bulletin board at the Liberation School, with signs reading 'Today's color' and 'Black is beautiful' and a student drawing of black panther

Boston (Mass.) - From a series of photographs labeled "Liberation School photo essay -- Black is beautiful." The Liberation School was set up as an alternative to white-dominated schools in Boston in the fall 1968. Simmering disputes between teachers (with African American community members) over the curriculum and governance led a group of six teachers from the Gibson School in Roxbury... more

Peter Simon Collection

1968 Sept. 30

Simon, Peter, 1947-

Students playing in a box, the Liberation School

Boston (Mass.) - From a series of photographs labeled "Liberation School photo essay -- Black is beautiful." The Liberation School was set up as an alternative to white-dominated schools in Boston in the fall 1968. Simmering disputes between teachers (with African American community members) over the curriculum and governance led a group of six teachers from the Gibson School in Roxbury... more

Peter Simon Collection

1968 Oct. 8

Simon, Peter, 1947-

Boy hammering a nail into wood, Liberation School, Boston, Mass.

Boston (Mass.) - From a series of photographs labeled "Liberation School photo essay, #2."

Peter Simon Collection

1968 Sept. 30

Simon, Peter, 1947-

Child drawing on a blackboard, the Liberation School

Boston (Mass.) - From a series of photographs labeled "Liberation School photo essay -- Black is beautiful." The Liberation School was set up as an alternative to white-dominated schools in Boston in the fall 1968. Simmering disputes between teachers (with African American community members) over the curriculum and governance led a group of six teachers from the Gibson School in Roxbury... more

Peter Simon Collection