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|Title:||Father Groppi and demonstrators|
Father James Groppi (1930-) and school desegregation demonstrators marching in Milwaukee holding signs that read "Stop School Segregation."
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|Subjects:||Groppi, James, 1930- | Clergy--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Religion and politics--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Catholic Church--Clergy--Wisconsin--Milwaukee--Political activity | Signs and signboards--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | African American civil rights workers--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Civil rights demonstrations--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Protest marches--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | School integration--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Milwaukee (Wis.) | Milwaukee County (Wis.)|
|Collection:||Wisconsin Historical Images|
|Institution:||Wisconsin Historical Society|
|Contributors:||Wisconsin Historical Society|
|Online Publisher:||[Madison, Wis.] : Wisconsin Historical Society|
Barbee, Lloyd A. papers, 1933-1982, Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin
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