Students at School during the Great Depression
Education has long been a key to African American community uplift in Omaha and across the Great Plains, despite the pervasive reality of segregation and discrimination. Black parents, students and their allies have consistently pressed for greater access to and improved standards in African American schools. Here, black students in Omaha during the Great Depression receive a lesson.
Great Plains Black History Museum, North Omaha History Harvest, 2011
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