Human Relations Council [Meeting Minutes, May 26, 1964]
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One document dated May 26, 1964 of Human Relations Council meeting minutes from June 23, 1964, taken by Marth Waldron, Secretary. Meeting topics include a history of the council to be written by David King, a student trip to Washington D. C., housing discrimination, treasurer's report, a survey committee and voting.
Human Relations Council is a group established to enforce civil rights and provide any assistance with tension and inequality within the community. It is part of the government body which can be found within the local government.
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