The Harold K. Brown Civil Rights Collection

Statement to probation officer by Harold Brown, November 20, 1964



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Statement to probation officer by Harold Brown, November 20, 1964


Brown's request to the probation officer Mrs. Gell that "the CORE defendants be given complete suspension of sentence on the grounds that a moral wrong has been corrected as a result of the action taken by CORE, and as a recognition that the burden of finding a solution to the racial problem falls on the shoulders of each citizen."


Harold Brown


November 20, 1964


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