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An Analysis of Title I Allocations by North Carolina's Ten Largest School Districts. North Carolina Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. January, 2007.
CR1.2:SCH6/29
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Burning of African American Churches in North Carolina and perceptions of race relations : Executive summary of a community forum held July 18, 1996. North Carolina Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. 1996.
CR1.2:B87/4/Summ
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Burning of African American Churches in North Carolina and perceptions of race relations, Transcripts. North Carolina Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. 1996.
CR1.2:B87/4
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Civil Rights U.S.A.: Public Schools, Southern States. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. 1962.
CR1.2:Sch62
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Education Accountability and High-Stakes Testing in the Carolinas: Briefing Summary. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. February, 2003.
CR1.82:Ed8
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Education Accountability and High-Stakes Testing in the Carolinas: Briefing Summary. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. February, 2003.
CR1.82:Ed8
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Equal Protection of the Laws in North Carolina. North Carolina Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. 1962.
CR1.2:N81c
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Trouble in Greensboro: A Report of an Open Meeting Concerning the Disturbances at Dudley High School and North Carolina A&T State University. North Carolina State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. 1970.
CR1.2:T75
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Where mules outrate men: migrant and seasonal farmworkers in North Carolina. North Carolina Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. May, 1979.
CR1.2:M89
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