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  • Tags: Busing for school integration

DI-1102_ref.pdf
This document identifies the total population in each district and categorizes district residents as White, Negro, American Indian, other (including Asians), and reported other races.

DI-1110_redacted_ref.pdf
Original telegram from constituent asking Joe Moakley to make his anti-busing stand public. Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this document.

DI-1107_redacted_ref.pdf
Telegram from constituent to Joe Moakley telling Moakley to come back to Boston. Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this document.

DI-1146_ref_redacted.pdf
Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this document.

DI-1116_ref_redacted.pdf
Correspondence regarding Judge Garrity's order to have Headmaster Bill Reid transferred. Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this document.

DI-1115_ref_redacted.pdf
Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this document.

DI-0304_ref.jpg
ROAR pin depicts a lion on a school bus with the text, "Stop forced busing"

DI-1104_ref.pdf
This document shows the changing population distribution and political landscape in Boston over two decades.

DI-1100_ref.pdf
This document identifies the total percentage of Boston's population in each district for years 1950-1970. The information was obtained from 1950,1960, and 1970 Census of Population and Housing, and First Count Summary Tape.

DI-1099_ref.pdf
This document provides data on the expansion and contraction of white and non-white populations by Boston district for each decade. The information was taken from 1950,1960 and 1970 censuses of Population and housing.

oh-017_transcript.pdf
William H. Shaevel, former Moakley State Senate staffer from 1967 through 1970, Moakley’s law partner and current treasurer of the Moakley Charitable Foundation, recalls his time working with Congressman Moakley. The interview covers important state…

oh-014_transcript.pdf
William M. Bulger, former Massachusetts State Senate President, discusses the career of Congressman John Joseph Moakley. President Bulger discusses his friendship with Congressman Moakley; running for political office in South Boston; the evolution…

oh-004_transcript.pdf
Sean Ryan, a member of Moakley’s congressional staff from 1992 through 2000, discusses his time as a congressional aide; his observations about Congressman Moakley’s work to improve the city of Boston; Congressman Moakley’s relationship with his…

oh-047_transcript.pdf
Ms. Ruth Walsh reflects on her experiences growing up in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, following the 1974 Garrity decision, which required students to be bused between Boston neighborhoods with the intention of creating racial…

oh-003_transcript.pdf
Robert and Thomas Moakley discuss the life and career of their late brother, Congressman John Joseph Moakley. This interview covers growing up in South Boston in the thirties and forties; how military service helped shape their perspectives on life;…

oh-071_transcript.pdf
In this interview, Richard M. Lane, an attorney and lifelong resident of South Boston, discusses the impact in his neighborhood of the 1974 Garrity decision, which required some students to be bused between Boston neighborhoods with the intention of…

oh-069_transcript.pdf
In this interview, Paula Fleming, the children’s librarian at the South Boston Branch Library of the Boston Public Library and a lifelong resident of South Boston, discusses the impact on her neighborhood of the 1974 Garrity decision, which required…
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