[Interview with Kathleen Sullivan, tape 3]
Original Airdate: 9/28/1976
Item Type: newstape - original footage
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Description : Abstract
Pam Bullard interviews Kathleen Sullivan (Boston School Committee) about the quality of education in Boston. Sullivan says that she is frustrated because Boston schools have not improved since court-ordered desegregation began in 1974. Sullivan calls Arthur Garrity (federal judge) a "crazy judge." Sullivan says that the desegregation plans since 1974 have been disruptive. She says that neither African American nor white students have benefitted from school desegregation; that students should not be assigned to different schools each year. Sullivan and her assistant discuss Judge Garrity's latest order concerning the Boston schools. Bullard explains to Sullivan that she is putting together a piece which contrasts Sullivan's views on schools and court-ordered desegregation with the views of African American leader Melnea Cass.
Contributor : Reporter
Subject : Keywords
Busing for school integration - Law and legislation
Busing for school integration - School boards
Busing for school integration - School management and organization
Subject : Personal Names
Garrity, W. Arthur, Jr.
Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Boston School Committee
Type : Genre
News - Unedited
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