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Missouri Constitution on the Education of African-Americans

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Title:Missouri Constitution on the Education of African-Americans

The University of Missouri, as a state institution, must abide by the Missouri Constitution. Included here are the sections of the Missouri Constitution as they were enacted and amended regarding the education of African-Americans in Missouri.

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Types:Constitutions | Administrative records | Text
Subjects:Gaines, Lloyd Lionel--Trials, litigation, etc. | Gaines, Lloyd Lionel | Missouri--Constitution | African Americans--Education | African Americans--Missouri | African Americans--Civil rights--Missouri | Civil rights--Missouri | African American college students--Missouri | College students--Missouri | Segregation in higher education--Missouri | Discrimination in higher education--Missouri | Missouri. Constitution (1865) | Missouri. Constitution (1945) | United States, Missouri, 37.964253, -91.831833
Collection:Lloyd L. Gaines Collection
Institution:University of Missouri Digital Library
Contributors:University of Missouri--Columbia. School of Law. Library
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Persistent Link to Item:http://digital.library.umsystem.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?sid=&g=&c=gnp&cc=gnp&tpl=mocon.tpl