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Chinese Parents Open Neighborhood Schools: Brian Addison, front center, was the only non-Chinese youngster in the classroom at the Nam Kue Chinese school today in San Francisco, as a group of Chinese parents opened four private "neighborhood schools for quality education." Spokesmen for the Chinese community said they are not opposed to integration but want to give parents "a free choice of where to send their children." Last week San Francisco started a program of busing elementary school children under a court-ordered integration program, September 20, 1971
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Chinese Parents Open Neighborhood Schools: Brian Addison, front center, was the only non-Chinese youngster in the classroom at the Nam Kue Chinese school today in San Francisco, as a group of Chinese parents opened four private "neighborhood schools for quality education." Spokesmen for the Chinese community said they are not opposed to integration but want to give parents "a free choice of where to send their children." Last week San Francisco started a program of busing elementary school children under a court-ordered integration program, September 20, 1971, result 1 of 1

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Chinese Parents Open Neighborhood Schools: Brian Addison, front center, was the only non-Chinese youngster in the classroom at the Nam Kue Chinese school today in San Francisco, as a group of Chinese parents opened four private "neighborhood schools for quality education." Spokesmen for the Chinese community said they are not opposed to integration but want to give parents "a free choice of where to send their children." Last week San Francisco started a program of busing elementary school children under a court-ordered integration program, September 20, 1971
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1971
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Associated Press wire photo
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Approx. Size in Inches: 7 x 8.75
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With typewritten title and date on recto; with date stamp on verso
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LUF 2019 1516
Gift of George and Alexandra Stephanopoulos
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