- NAACP, Indian River school officials meet over desegregation order
- INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — A lack of minority teachers and a weak success plan for minority students still are among the NAACP's biggest issues with Indian River County School District. Officials from both organizations met on Tuesday to hash out a way to ...
- Top NAACP honor for Nathaniel Jones
- He worked from 1969-79 as general counsel for the national NAACP and argued school desegregation cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
- Space, race and war: 1966 Brevard
- Pat Manning was teaching at Mims Elementary School in 1966 — and as desegregation of schools spread in Florida, things could get ugly. That year, the Brevard school district was sued by private parties to force integration, and ...
- African-American community has deep roots in Peoria
- Fighting for equal treatment. When area residents formed the NAACP, they had already been working for years to desegregate Peoria. Al Wylie remembers segregation well.
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