School Board Receives Protest: Petition Presented Claiming Racial Discrimination at Centennial School

Title

School Board Receives Protest: Petition Presented Claiming Racial Discrimination at Centennial School

Subject

20th Century public education, Oberlin racial history, racial discrimination, school board, Centennial School

Description

This news article published in the Oberlin News-Tribune on November 5th, 1940, explains the controversy surrounding the placement of Betty Glenn Thomas at Centennial School, where she was only teaching Black students.

Creator

Oberlin News-Tribune

Source

Oberlin College Archives

Publisher

Oberlin News-Tribune

Date

November 5, 1940

Relation

Betty Glenn Thomas

Format

Newspaper Article

Language

English

Original Format

Newspaper

Files

Nov5_1.pdf
Nov5_2.pdf
Nov5_3.pdf
Nov5_4.pdf

Collection

Citation

Oberlin News-Tribune, “School Board Receives Protest: Petition Presented Claiming Racial Discrimination at Centennial School,” African American Women Intellectuals, accessed December 3, 2022, https://afamwomen.historydesignlab.org/items/show/13.

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