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- Rev. Joseph A. DeLaine Papers ca. 1918-2000
- Essay, n.d., How can the church help to promote integration in education? [Joseph A. DeLaine, Sr.]
- De Laine, Joseph A. (Joseph Armstrong), 1898-1974
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- Race discrimination--United States
United States--Race relations--History--20th century
Segregation in education--United States
Civil rights workers--United States
African American civil rights workers
African Americans--Civil rights
Civil rights movements--United States
African American clergy
African Methodist Episcopal Church--Clergy
African Methodist Episcopal Church
- United States, 39.76, -98.5
- Essay by Joseph A. DeLaine, Sr., listing ways in which the African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) church can promote integration in education, such as inspiring African Americans to oppose separate but equal policies, to refute with contemt the lie that African Americans prefer segregation, to teach that brain development knows no color and that African Americans are capable of holding political office.
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- Legal size - 9625 - (Folder 19), Joseph Armstrong DeLaine papers, ca. 1918-2000, South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, Columbus, South Carolina.
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- South Caroliniana Library