Photocopy of "Transcript of Public Hearing Concerning Discrimination in the Sale, Rental, and Financing of Private Housing in South Bend and Mishawaka," held March 19, 1963 in the Notre Dame Law School Auditorium and supplied to the Citizens Fair Housing Committee of South Bend ‐ Mishawaka. The hearing was conducted by Professors Thomas Broden and Conrad Kellenberg of the University of Notre Dame and Dr. Dale Grayson. In it, James Herring, Bernard Streets, Winona Egendoerfer, Pat Dickinson, Roland Chamblee, Carol Dillon, William Brown, and Audrey Vagner describe their experiences being among the few people of color who lived outside red‐lined areas in the two cities. The document includes a letter from Prof. Kellenberg to Audrey Vagner with additional explanatory material.
Civil Rights and African American History
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African Americans--Indiana--South Bend
Discrimination in housing--Indiana--South Bend
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