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HST 200: Garrity Decision and Boston's Busing Crisis -Research Resources  

Resources available through Suffolk University's Moakley Archive & Institute and the Mildred F. Sawyer Library.
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Garrity Decision Research Guide

  • Garrity Decision Research Guide
    This guide provides context about the busing crisis in Boston, and outlines the resources available on this topic at the Moakley Archive and Institute at Suffolk University.

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Use the research collections of the Moakley Archive and Institute to explore the following topics:

  • Congressman John Joseph Moakley
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  • Women in the French Resistance
  • Eugene O’Neill
  • Early history of radio
  • El Salvador’s civil war
  • History of Suffolk University

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Moakley Archive and Institute

The Moakley Archive and Institute contains research resources related to the topic of Boston’s school desegregation crisis in the 1970s, including:

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Moakley Archive Digital Collections

  • Digitized Collections
    Browse our digital portal to view letters, memos, audio and video related to the busing controversy. Use search terms such as:“busing” and “school integration," and "Boston Public Schools."

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