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Higher education, public and private, withholding of Federal
Information, advisory, and conciliation services proposed‒‒‒‒‒‒‒
Biracial commissions in cities and States with substantial non-
Civil Rights Commission to study policies of Federal housing
Federal Housing Administration and builders, agreements by
Housing and Home Finance Agency: Attainment of equal oppor-
Investigation of discrimination complaints by biracial city and
Mediation and conciliation by biracial city and State commis-
Public housing, encouragement of smaller projects in residential
Public housing, selection of sites, areas outside centers of racial
Real-estate boards, Negro admission to membership suggested by
State legislation for equal opportunity in areas of housing, con-
Study of racial problems by biracial city and State commissions_
Vice Chairman Storey and Commissioners Battle and
Commissioners Hesburgh and Johnson__.
Urban renewal community programs, inclusion of minority groups
Veterans Administration and builders, agreements by builders to
abide by antidiscrimination laws, withdrawal of Federal bene-
Census Bureau to compile registration and voting statistics by
Civil Rights Act of 1957 (42 USC 1971), amendment proposed
President to appoint temporary Federal registrars, circumstances,
Records, public, preservation_____
Registrars, Federal, temporary, appointment recommended, cir-
Registration and voting records to be public records___
Registration and voting statistics by race, color, and national
State and Territorial registration and voting records to be public
Subpena power of Commission, direct application to Court, pro-
Negro enfranchisement by Federal Act of March 23, 1867--
Reconstruction ended 1877--
Repeal of legislation enacted 1870-72__
Southern voting. (See Voting in the South after 1865.)
(See Investigation of voting complaints-Records.)
Federal, temporary, appointment recommended, circumstances___.
Inactivity, irregularity, arbitrary failure to act__.
as Judicial officers, bearing on voting investigations in Alabama--Qualifications, duties, Alabama---
Refusal to be sworn as witness in Alabama voting investigation..........
Refusal to testify, Macon County, Ala.--
Testimony at voting investigation, in Alabama.
Registration records. (See also Investigation of voting complaint
Quality and quantity available to whites and nonwhites__.
Richmond Times Dispatch:
Poll on choice between closure of schools and desegregation_____
on School segregation implementing decree of May 31, 1955-
Right to vote, history----
Robertson, Albert J.: Chairman of Federal Home Loan Bank Board—
Robinson, Jackie; at Hearing on housing-.
Robinson, Ralph D.: "Gentlemen's agreement" on labor-sponsored housing Page projects in Chicago-----
Rockefeller, Gov. Nelson (New York):
Substandard and segregated housing causing demoralization_-_-
Defendant in suit to force registration of Negroes in Macon County,
Roper, Elmo and Associates: Registration and voting statistics___
Rose, Alvin E.; on Chicago housing--
Russians: New York City, number_.
Ryan, Joseph M. F., Jr.: Letter, number of racial voting complaints received by Civil Rights Division_-_
Sadler, Philip G.; of Public Housing Administration__
Saint Louis, Mo.:
Education, public: Progress in desegregation, 1954–59__-.
San Francisco, Calif.-Housing: Public housing units, Negro occupancy-
FHA slum clearance project in Cleveland, Ohio----
Special public assistance in financing costs, low-cost housing for nonwhites___.
Urban renewal projects and antidiscrimination statutes_
School desegregation decision. (See under Supreme Court.)
School lunch program_-
School segregation cases. (See Segregation cases, school.)
Head of Commission on Race and Housing--
on Discrimination against colored people----
on Housing not freely available to minority groups-
Seaboards' White Citizens' Council, Washington, D.C.: Activities of John
Segregation (see also under appropriate headings):
of Housing, de facto school segregation resulting--
in large cities (five) --. Latin Americans__
in Public education.
of Voting facilities.
(See under Education, public.)
(See Voting-Segregation of facilities.)
Segregation cases, school. (See also Brown v. Board of Education of
152, 154, 162, 232, 234, 246
Impact of Supreme Court decision_
Sellers, Aaron: Bullock County, Ala., voting registration experience,
discrimination against Negroes--
Senators, U.S. (See under Congress.)
Separate but equal doctrine_---
Application to public education____.
Education, "separate inherently not equal”_
Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, as amended: Discrimination
Right to vote has its foundation in U.S. Constitution__. and State power to determine voting qualifications_-_. Sharkey-Brown-Isaacs Law of 1954; on Housing in New York City: Discrimination in multiple dwellings covered by Government mortgage insurance---
Shaw, William :
Counsel for Joint Legislative Committee of Louisiana Legislature, disclosure of registration records_.
and Strict interpretation of registration procedures in Louisiana-----
Abolitionists' refusal to obey fugitive slave laws.‒‒
Importation prohibited in 1808_.
Smith, Ben L.; on School desegregation in North Carolina---
Smith, Dr. Rex M.:
on West Virginia school desegregation_‒‒‒‒
on West Virginia transition to desegregation, effects-‒‒‒
Snowden, Dr. George W.:
Assistant to FHA Commissioner___
FHA policies to meet restrictions and limitations facing non-
South, voting in. (See Voting in the South after 1865.)
Use of State funds prohibited for school from which pupil
Primaries, resistance to outlawing of white primary__
Exceptions (Texas and North Carolina).
Segregation laws, enactment, enforcement after 1896----
Statistics of Negro voting. (See under Statistical view of Negro
Spencer, J. W., Barbour County Ala., registrar, refusal to be sworn as witness before Commission____
Spicer, George W., "The Supreme Court and Racial Discrimination". Sprague, Charles A. (former Gov. of Oregon) on housing, findings and conclusions of six housing roundtables‒‒‒‒
354, 374, 385, 505, 533
Stanford Achievement Test, for School children of Washington, D.C.‒‒‒‒‒‒ 273
State Advisory Committees
Causes of housing inequalities of minorities___.
Concentration of nonwhites in cities____.
Quality and quantity available to whites and nonwhites------ 344, 348
Real estate brokers, builders, and financing institutions, roles of